Lancia Delta Integrale: Picture timeline

Matthew Hayward
17 Jun 2013

It was one of the most successful rally cars of all time, and one of the best performance cars of its era. Here's a gallery of how the Lancia Integrale evolved from its humble hatchback origins

With its humble origins being routed in the 1970s, the Delta was an unlikely rally winner, but with the banning of Group B, Lancia’s WRC-winning four-wheel-drive knowledge and development was ploughed into the five-door Delta HF Turbo, and then the Integrale.

Watch Harry Metcalfe's recent 'evo Diaries' video on his own Integrale Evo 2 model, and see some great footage of the Lancia during its rally career. The gallery below charts the model from 1979 Delta 1300 to the final Evo 2 models.

Looking to buy one? Choose from a selection on evo Cars for sale. Not sure where to start looking? Read our buying guide on the Integrale here.

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