|Lancia DELTA HF Integrale Collezione|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2|
|Max Power||214 BHP|
|Max Torque||231.5 lb-ft|
|Weight||1,340 kilograms (3,000 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||6.26 kg (13.8 lb) per horsepower|
There is only one color available for this vehicle:
- Bordeaux Red
This description is taken from the PAL version of Gran Turismo 2:
Winner of an unsurpassed six consecutive World Rally Championship constructor's titles, the Lancia Delta Integrale is a legend. The Integrale was the first of a new era of four-wheel-drive, turbocharged rally cars to race under Group A rules. Making its 1987 debut as the Delta HF 4WD, only the following year was the Integrale tag added. In its most successful form the Group A rally car's chassis benefits from MacPherson strut suspension front and rear plus huge traction thanks to a permanent four-wheel-drive system boasting a ZF front differential, FF viscous coupling in the centre and a Torsen diff at the back. Torque split front to rear can be altered from 45/55 for gravel to 40/60 for tarmac, while 15-inch wheels are fitted for the slippy stuff and 16-inchers on black top. The rally Integrale's power is from a two-litre four-cylinder engine turbo-boosted to give a claimed 275BHP at 6,500rpm, although as much as 350BHP was rumoured to be available. Transmission is a six-speed manual gearbox. To allow the rally car to race, the Group A rules dictate that road cars also had to be built. The first of these homologation specials is the left-hand-drive only HF Integrale introduced to Europe in 1988, packing a two-liter, eight-valve turbocharged engine sending 185BHP to the 15-inch wheels via a five-speed transmission, For 1989 a 16-valve head increased power to 196BHP. The ultimate road-going Integrale is the Evoluzione, introduced in 1992. Extensive body tweaks include a bonnet scoop to give greater turbo cooling and flared wheel arches allowing fitment of beefier brakes with an ABS anti-lock system and larger wheels with monstrously grippy 205/45 R16 low-profile tyres. Before ceasing production in 1994, the Integrale Evo was as its most powerful with 215BHP given at 5,750rpm. Performance matches the legend with 0-62mph acceleration dealt with in just 5.7 seconds and a 137mph top speed.
The player can purchase this car at the Lancia dealership for 44,000 Credits.