Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II
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Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II 1993
At the September 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show Lancia introduced a heavily revised Delta HF which became better known as HF Integrale Evoluzione or simply HF Integrale Evo. Evoluzione cars were built from October 1991 through 1992. At the end of the victorious 1991 World Rally Championship season, where the HF Integrale 16v had won both the drivers’ and manufacturers’ championship, Lancia officially retired from rallying. Despite this, racing development of the HF Integrale continued.
Delta HF Integrale “Evoluzione II”
Presented in June 1993, the second Evolution version of the Delta HF Integrale featured an updated version of the 2-liter 16-valve turbo engine to produce more power, as well as a three-way catalyst and Lambda probe. A Marelli integrated engine control system with an 8 MHz clock frequency which incorporates timed sequential multipoint injection; self-adapting injection times; automatic idling control; engine protection strategies depending on the temperature of intaken air; mapped ignition with two double outlet coils; three-way catalyst and pre-catalyst with lambda probe (oxygen sensor) on the turbine outlet link; anti-evaporation system with the airline for canister flushing optimized for the turbo engine; new Garrett turbocharger: water-cooled with boost-drive management i.e. boost controlled by feedback from the central control unit on the basis of revs/throttle angle; knock control by engine block sensor and new signal handling software for spark advance, fuel quantity injected, and turbocharging; the engine developed 215 PS (158 kW) DIN (against 210 PS on the earlier uncatalyzed version) and maximum torque of 32 kgf·m (314 N·m) (formerly 31 kgf·m or 300 N·m).
The 1993 Integrale received a cosmetic and functional facelift that included a new 16″ light alloy rims with 205/45 ZR 16 tires; body-color roof molding to underline the connection between the roof and the Solar control windows; aluminum fuel cap and air-intake grilles on the front mudguards; red-painted cylinder head; new leather-covered three-spoke MOMO steering wheel and standard high-back Recaro sport seats.
With ABS, fog lamps and Recaro seats now standard on all markets, the sole optional extra was air conditioning. The choice of paint finishes war reduced to just three solid colors: Bianco (white), Rosso Monza (red) and Blu Lancia (dark blue).
Interior upholstery was always done in beige Alcantara with diagonal stitching on seat centers and door panels. Additional color and trim combinations were made available through a number of limited editions.
About this car
One of the world’s most famous champion rally cars, Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II, was imported from Japan 10 years ago.
With only 54631 km and two owners, this Evo is in great condition, waiting for a real petrolhead.
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