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Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II

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Delta HF Integrale Evo II
Italy icon LanciaSmallMain 1993
EngineInfoboxIcon 2.0L Turbo I4
BHPInfoboxIcon 215 bhp @ 5750 rpm
TorqueInfoboxIcon 227 lb·ft @ 2500 rpm
DrivetrainInfoboxIcon AWD
AccelerationInfoboxIcon 5.7 seconds
MassInfoboxIcon 1340 kg (2954 lbs)
TopSpeedInfoboxIcon 137 mph (220 km/h)
TransmissionInfoboxIcon 5-speed (Manual)
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The Lancia Delta HF (High Fidelity) Integrale Evoluzione II is a hot-hatch powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged inline-four engine.

It was designed as the homologation model of the Lancia Delta compact car series, so that they could compete in the World Rally Championship. The Lancia Delta is the most successful rally car to this date, having won the constructors' title a record six times in a row from 1987 to 1992.

The Evoluzione II replaced the Evoluzione I in 1993 and received various technical updates including a new turbocharger.

Need for Speed: ProStreetEdit

The Lancia Delta appears in the Booster Pack DLC of Need for Speed: ProStreet as a tier 2 car.

It is one of the best cars for Grip events thanks to its all-wheel drive system and 0-60mph time of 5.7 seconds.

Need for Speed: WorldEdit

The Integrale Evoluzione II was added into Need for Speed: World on January 10th, 2012. It was initially released as a top-up vehicle.

Since February 2, 2012, the Rally Edition has been available for SpeedBoost purchase. It has improved performance and a series of visual customization parts.

The stock version had an overall rating of 454 and costs Dollar icon850,000. However, as of February 5th, 2013, this variant is no long available in the car dealership. It was re-released on May 2nd, 2013.

Despite having a weak nitrous boost, the Lancia Delta is a competitive car for races. It is capable of reaching a high top speed and is fast around corners as well.

Shift 2: UnleashedEdit

In Shift 2: Unleashed the Lancia Delta appears as a Retro D car. With a handling rating of 2.79 and a 60-0mph braking time of 3.32 seconds, it is one of the faster cars within Retro D. The Works conversion body kit of the Delta strongly resembles the Lancia Delta Group A rally car, save for the large rear spoiler.

It is a good car to drive in the retro series thanks to its all-wheel-drive system, precise steering, and stable handling in corners. it may become competitive with upgrades but suffers from slight understeer whilst cornering. With the Works conversion, the car may become unstable in corners.

Need for Speed: The RunEdit

The Delta HF Integrale Evo II appears in Need for Speed: The Run as a Tier 1 vehicle. It is unlocked upon purchasing the Italian Pack.

Special VariantsEdit

The Delta HF Integrale Evo II also appears as a Tier 4 and Tier 5 vehicle. They are only available by purchasing the Italian Pack and completing certain goals.

The Tier 4 "NFS Edition" produces 455 bhp at 5,900 rpm and has a "Normal" handling rating. It is unlocked upon beating 5 multiplayer objectives in Italian Motor Racing playlist.

The Tier 5 "Mud" produces 684 bhp at 5,950 rpm and has a "Normal" handling rating. It is unlocked by achieving a Bronze Medal in all Italian Challenges.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)Edit

The Integrale Evoluzione II was featured in the "Get Wanted" trailer that was released on September 25th, 2012.

It appears in the final release as an Everyday classed vehicle, which can be found in various Jack Spots in singleplayer. It is unlocked upon reaching SpeedLevel 68 in multiplayer.

The Lancia Delta possesses class-typical traits such as a good steering and outstanding off-road performance, but fails to keep up with most cars in the game due to its weak acceleration. It might rely on the addition of performance mods to keep up in competitive races.

The Delta has a solid chassis to sustain damage in pursuits and can be used to lose the police in unpaved routes such as the railways in the area of Interstate 92.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012) (Mobile)Edit

The Integrale Evoluzione II appears in the mobile release of Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012) in the Everyday category. It lacks in top speed, but makes up for it with handling and acceleration. It's also the cheapest car in the game with a cost of $12,000. A "NFS Edition" with better overall stats is available for $120,000.


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