Lancia Integrale Martini 5
Lancia Integrale Martini 5. Number 111 of just 400 examples with just over 42,500 KM on the clock.
The Lancia Delta was first revealed in 1979 at the Frankfurt Motor Show and has become an icon for dominating the Rallying world in the late 80s and early 90s. In 1991, Lancia introduced the 'Evoluzione' variants of the Integrale, which were to be the final homologation cars built for the Rally Team, racing under the Martini banner.
Changes on the Evo cars included a wider front and rear track, leading to bigger arches as well as uprated diffs, suspension and importantly engine, with car now pushing out over 200bhp. It was these Evo I and Evo II Integrales that really boosted the appeal of the previous 16V Deltas; making them one of the most sought after cars both back in the 90s and still today.
The example that we are offering is one of the most iconic road-going Integrales produced; a Martini 5 with just under 42,500 KM showing. Numbered 111 of just 400 examples, the Martini 5 was a special run of cars built to celebrate the 5th consecutive World Rally Championship for the Lancia team.
The car is finished in the now iconic Martini livery and sits in very good overall condition, with the Alcantara interior complementing the well preserved body and mechanics of the car. The Martini 5 is one of the most recognisable Integrales ever produced, a model thats appreciation is only set to rise. Not only a fantastic car to drive and enjoy, but also a real chance to invest in Rallying history.