Lancia Delta Integrale
The Lancia Delta was a highly successful car sold by Lancia from 1979 to 1994 and was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. It was sold in Sweden as the Saab 600, with Saab helping with the logistics to ensure the Delta was better equipped for colder climates, reducing the risk of rust, as compared to other Lancias. It competed with the Volkswagen Golf, Vauxhall Astra/Opel Kadett and Ford Escort during this period. At the time of its launch, the Delta was one of the most cutting-edge cars of its class in Europe.
The Lancia Delta HF Integrale, a 4WD hatchback never failed to shine with its powerful turbo-charged engine, as it dominated the World Rally Championship for six consecutive years from 1987 to 1992, earning a total of 46 WRC victories, a record. Its counterpart, the Lancia Delta S4, was a Group B race car designed for rallying and had very high performance in comparison to the commercial Delta. It was voted Car of the Year in 1980.
The HF 4WD was an attempt by Lancia to keep up with the development of cars initiated by Group S, which was soon cancelled along with Group B due to safety concerns. It succeeded the Delta HF turbo as the flagship of the Delta range. As its predecessor, it's handling was highly praised as a front-wheel drive car.
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