Car collector and race car driver Eugenio Amos of Automobili_Amos has released renders of his upcoming Restomod project that focuses on the legendary Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione.
The heralded rally car originates from the early ’90s and acted as the final homologation car for the Lancia Rally Team. The restoration that Eugenio will undertake sees the chassis and shell restored to its original body shape and style with no deviations from the original whatsoever. Exterior paint color comes in the form of a dark green metallic rendition, while the wheels see a dark grey multi-spoke variety. According to Arthur Kar of L’art de l’automobile, the car will feature updated carbon fiber body panels, a new interior, and an upgraded 330bhp engine — much more powerful than the 210bhp engine found in the original Evoluzione.
Stay tuned to Eugenio’s Instagram for updates on the project. Lancia Delta Integrale original examples are quite coveted; in December, one was auctioned with a final sale price of $190,400 USD.
The Villa d’Este Concours has officially started. After two long years of passion and sacrifices we hoped that we could have finally revealed our very own interpretation of the mythical Lancia Delta Integrale. Unfortunately we couldn’t make it in time so we decide to share the next best thing, please enjoy a few renders while we finish our work. Thanks to all who have followed us so far, we won’t disappoint you!!! #MakeLanciaGreatAgain #ReadyWhenItsReady #NoCompromises