Lancia Delta Futurista Final Revealed With Martini Racing Livery

When Automobili Amos revealed its Lancia Delta restoration and modification project called Futurista, rally racers and Lancia fans might enjoy the rebirth of the legendary nameplate. Well, at least until the company announces that only 20 units will be made.

After four years, the last of 20 Lancia Delta Futuristas have been revealed and come with an equally iconic livery: Martini Racing. Dressed in a white body with distinct red and blue stripes, the refurbished 1989 three-door Delta Integrale comes with the words “Martini Legacy” on the rear spoiler.

Lancia Delta Futurista #20

Like all other Delta Futuristas, the bumper, hood and entire fascia are made of carbon fiber to keep weight down. The trunk, rear spoiler and bumper are also made from the same lightweight material, along with the engine cover. With the weight-saving measures used this car only weighs 2,755 pounds (1,250 kilograms). Power output is 330 horsepower (243 kilowatts), sent to all four wheels just like the original model.

Inside, the Delta Futurista comes with red Alcantara upholstery, plus the rest of the interior is also made of Alcantara. Then there are the aluminum pedals and bespoke door panels.

The launch of the final Lancia Delta Futurista now paves the way for Automobili Amos to move on to its next project called Lancia Delta Safarista – a more hardcore take on the Futurista and inspired by the Delta that won the 1988 Safari Rally but with a simpler two-tone body color theme. It’s still based on the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16 V donor car.

Only 10 examples of Safarista will ever be made, previously announced for the tantalizing €570,000 or about $561,000 at current exchange rates.

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