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Hintegrale: the Lancia Delta, but just a little different

November 11, 2022

From Delta Integral to Hintegral

Italy’s Angelelli Automobili used the new concept model of the Lancia Delta Integrale as its inspiration. The Delta Integrale is a world-famous rally car, of which a number of desirable homologation specials were also built. The company does add a letter to the car’s name: they call it Hintegrale instead of Integrale.

Four-wheel drive for Hintegrale

Integrale means all-wheel drive in Italian and that is what this car has. Angelelli plans to make two versions: one for public roads and one for the (rally) track. The street version is called the Stradale and the track version listens to the name R. It promises to be a technical masterpiece, without any welding or use of glue.


Performance Angelelli Hintegrale

The Italian company has several variants in store. The base version has a turbocharged four-cylinder with 280 hp. A hybrid variant with that same block will also be available, delivering 400 to perhaps 500 horsepower. Angelelli is also working on an all-electric version. The edition of the car is, of course, limited. Below is an overview of the different versions.

Total: 135 copies

Engine variants:

Concept model

In case you’re thinking “Where can I order it?” we have to disappoint you. In fact, it is a concept car, designed through computer drawing programs. The Italian company has done this before, with the Angelelli Automobili Superperformance D-1. This should be a hybrid hypercar with more than 1,000 horsepower. However, this car never went into production, so we will have to wait and see if this is the case with the Hintegrale. That it looks very cool, that’s one thing for sure. It also has its own website with more information.