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

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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.