When Automobili Amos exposed its Lancia Delta restoration and modification undertaking referred to as the Futurista, rally racing and Lancia lovers almost certainly reveled in the rebirth of the legendary nameplate. Perfectly, at least till the firm announced that only 20 units will be built.
After four yrs, the last of the 20 Lancia Delta Futurista has been unveiled and it arrives with an equally iconic livery: Martini Racing. Donning a white entire body with distinct purple and blue stripes, the 3-door refurbished 1989 Delta Integrale arrives with a “Martini Legacy” inscription on its rear spoiler.
Like all the relaxation of the Delta Futuristas, the bumper, hood, and full fascia are created out of carbon fiber to retain the pounds reduced. The trunk, rear spoiler, and bumper are also created from the very same lightweight material, together with the engine protect. With these fat-saving steps utilized the vehicle only weighs 2,755 kilos (1,250 kilograms). The energy output is 330 horsepower (243 kilowatts), sent to all 4 wheels just like the initial design.
Inside, the Delta Futurista will come with purple Alcantara seats, moreover other pieces of the interior are also designed out of Alcantara. Then there are the aluminum pedals and bespoke door panels.
The release of the ultimate Lancia Delta Futurista now paves the way for Automobili Amos to move on to its upcoming task called Lancia Delta Safarista – a extra hardcore acquire on the Futurista and inspired by the Delta that gained the 1988 Rally Safari but with a less complicated two-tone entire body shade topic. It truly is still based on a Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16 V donor car.
Only 10 illustrations of the Safarista will ever be created, announced right before to have an eye-watering rate of €570,000 or around $561,000 with the current trade fees.