Whether you’re a fan or not, there’s no denying the impact Group B had on rally car racing (and the car world in general). Now, one of those legendary racers is being revived as a contemporary restomod by Italian driver and collector Eugene Amos and his team at Automobili Amos. Allow us to introduce you to the Lancia Delta Integrale Futurista.
An absolutely stunning love letter to one of the most important vehicles in rally racing history, this gorgeous hot hatch features all the iconic styling of the original with a wealth of modern touches in a painstakingly detail-oriented restomod similar to those of Singer. The list of upgrades includes its hand-beaten aluminum body with carbon fiber accents (both inside and out), completely reworked electrics, a cabin inspired by the Group B Delta S4 Stradale, and a powerhouse of an engine that pumps out a punishing 330 horsepower. Which is all the more impressive when you consider that this car weighs a meager 2,756 lbs. Only a few are set to be made at a starting price of around $350,000 — so you’ll have to be quick on your toes and loose with your wallet if you hope to get behind the wheel of this beauty.
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