About the car
This car was made by Italian car manufacturer, Lancia, produced for the Group A rally car category. It is formed around the Lancia Delta Road car and succeeded the Lancia Delta S4. The 1992 Monte Carlo Rally was among the last of this models’ victories.
The Delta HF Integrale had a 2 litre, 4-clyinder piston, turbocharged engine transversely mounted at the front of the vehicle. Consequently, the bonnet had a raised centre in order to allow a good fitting for the new 16 valve engine. It produced 197 bhp at 5,500 rpm and 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds and also had a top speed of 137 mph.
The Lancia Delta HF Integrale was victorious at the 1992 Monte Carlo Rally in Monaco. It was driven by Didier Auriol and his team member Bernard Occelli.
About the Brand
Lancia is an Italian car manufacturer founded in 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia based in Turin, Italy. The brand became part of Italian vehicle manufacturer Fiat in 1969. Lancia is known for its strong rallying culture and heritage, and its technical innovations. They hold the more Manufacturer Championships than any other brand, in spite of not competing in the World Rally Championships since 1992.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho Corporation was founded by Hisashi Suzuki in October 1963. The Japanese based company is in the model car manufacturing industry and is one of the oldest model car makers in Japan. Despite the company starting from 1963, production of die-cast models began in 1992. Since then Kyosho have endured great experience in creating high end collectors models, offering a wide variety of different scaled replicas.