The Evo I packed 207bhp and is established aside from earlier Integrales visually by an even wider track and arches, as well as a a lot more aggressive wing.
Then 1993’s Evoluzione II arrived with a remaining bump in power, to 212bhp, and much larger wheels (16in towards 15in of preceding Integrales).
Usually, the later on the vehicle, the far more appealing it is, and when you’d have no trouble shelling out upwards of £100,000 on an Integrale, it does not have to be that way. In simple fact, you are only £25,000 absent from proudly owning a rally legend. ‘Only’, of system, remaining contextual.
Due to the fact at minimum another £50,000 would be essential for a later on Evoluzione vehicle, the practical dollars may perhaps very well be on the 8-valve and 16-valve designs, whose benefit has not yet risen to pretty the very same lofty heights. As around the world demand grows, and quite a few British isles Deltas are currently being exported to the US and Germany, charges can be expected to continue on to rise, so seize one particular though you can.
What we said then
18th February 1988: “Sublime steering allowed fantastic regulate, though flip-in was amazingly sharp. Flooring the throttle at an apex termed up just one bar of overboost, but we under no circumstances arrived close to breaking traction.”
An owner’s view
Mike Joyce: “I bought my Integrale Evo ll in 2004 for £25k, and I’m really certain it is worthy of a large amount a lot more than that now, so it has been a great expenditure. I’ve had excellent enjoyment with it, covering about 4000 miles a yr. My assistance would be to obtain the very best you can find the money for and stay away from the right-hand-push conversions for the reason that they changed the complete character of the steering with a distinct rack and they have very a undesirable name. Parts generally can be actually dear, as well, so do store diligently.”