About the car
This car was built by Italian automobile manufacturer Lancia as part of the second generation of the Lancia Delta Integrale Evolution series. It was first introduced in June 1993. This car was a 5-door hatchback with a transverse front-engine and four-wheel-drive layout system.
This Lancia included an updated version of the Fiat branded 2-litre 16-valve turbo engine as used on the previous model to produce more power. The engine developed 212 bhp, reached top speed 137 mph, and has a 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds, while using a 5-speed manual transmission. It also received new 16” alloys as part of the new cosmetic and functional facelift given to the 1993 Integrale.
There were a limited choice of paint finishes in just three colours, this one specifically being one of three solid colours, Rosso Monza which is the equivalent to red.
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 is a Japanese based model car manufacturer founded by Hisashi Suzuki in 1963. Their products include radio-controlled (rc) cars, planes, helicopters, and boats as well as highly detailed and high-quality die-cast models renowned for their durability. The company’s main headquarters are in Chiyoda, Tokyo.