Italian race driver and collector Eugenio Amos is determined to bring Lancia Delta back. Through his company Automobili Amos, he will showcase the restomod Delta Integrale Futurista in the coming Grand Basel.
The chassis and shell of Delta Integrale Futurista will be restored from those raced in Group A in the 1980s, but it is said that over 1,000 new parts has been incorporated on the restomod. These include carbon fibre body components such as the tailgate, the skirts, the engine hood and bumpers, while body panels are made of hand-beaten aluminium. The car also only has three doors instead of five as in the original. New technologies are also employed on board. Things like Bilstein shock absorbers with electronic control adjustable via app and new braking system would bring handling of the car to another level. As for the interior, it is inspired by the Group B Delta S4 Stradale. Only a maximum of 20 Delta Integrale Futurista will be built.