The Lancia Delta HF Integrale is a homologation version of the Lancia Delta and is considered one of the best hot hatches ever. There are roughly four versions of it: the 8V (185 hp), the 16V (200 hp), the Evo (210 hp) and the Evo 2 (215 hp). The first two have a slimmer body, with angular wideners welded into the wheel arches. On the Evo and Evo 2, the side panels and removed wheel arches are pressed from one piece. All Delta HF Integrales have four-wheel drive and a manual five-speed gearbox. Lancia won the World Rally Championship six times in a row with the Delta HF 4WD and the Delta HF Integrale (from 1987 to 1992). The brand also won four driver titles (1987, 1988, 1989 and 1991).
GCK Evo-e based on Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V
GCK – the company behind this electric Delta Integrale – is a French rallycross team. It follows the modest trend of electrifying classics (even factories like Jaguar and Volkswagen have started) and presents the GCK Evo-e. Don’t let the addition of Evo fool you; this Lancia plug is based on a Delta HF Integrale 16V, you can see that from the wheel arches and the hood. The 2.0-liter turbo engine has been removed. In its place were two electric motors with an as yet unknown power, a battery pack and the necessary reinforcements to the chassis (to be able to carry the heavy battery). GCK wants to build 47 copies of the Evo-e, 11 of which are for rallying.