1992 Lancia Hyena

Integrales of any sort are incredible performance machines, massively
capable in almost all conditions, sort of the Subaru WRX of their day


This Lancia Hyena was purchased new by the present owner from Walkers Garage, official Lancia factory-appointed Integrale specialists for the U.K., who sourced the car from Zagato. Its owner wanted a car that was part ultra-performance, part long-distance GT, capable of conveying him from the U.K. to his homes in Italy while providing exciting driving across the most challenging of alpine passes.
A lengthy series of modifications was undertaken by Walkers prior to delivery, bringing the total cost on to £85,000 (approx. $150,000). These included increasing power of the two-liter,16-valve engine from the standard 210 hp to 300, by means of a new gas-flowed cylinder head, “fast road” camshafts and tubular exhaust manifold-changes that make for a wide power band and easy driving characteristics. Indeed the power-to-weight ratio is superior to that of a new Porsche 911 Carrera S. The brakes have been uprated with cross-drilled and grooved-disc rotors and Ferodo racing pads; a 90-liter competition fuel cell has been installed, giving a 450-mile (720-kilometer) touring range, while the interior boasts a state-of-the-art Panasonic hi-fi and navigation system and Delta rear seat option.
Finished in Rosso Corsa with black leather interior, the Lancia is presented in excellent condition in every department and is offered with a spare set of snow tires.