Italian company Automobili Amos presented the last of twenty Futurista restomods based on the legendary hot hatch lancia Delta Integral. Next, the company will start producing an even more extreme project called Safarista.
In the Italian company of no-holds-barred enthusiasts led by Eugenio Amos, they spent four years to build by hand just 20 examples of the car, whose base was the legendary Lancia Delta HF Integrale, whose racing version, justifiably, belongs to the car club of most valued and successful rally of all time.
The idea was to bring to perfection the aesthetics and technical filling of the iconic hot hatch of the late 80's and early 90's.
And the latest Futurist with a three-door body made almost entirely of carbon is powered by a four-cylinder, two-liter turbocharged gasoline engine.
But as the body structure of the restomod is original, the central pillars have not disappeared, it was impossible to lengthen the front doors and they look short on a three-door restomod.
In addition, the restomod received new bumpers and lighting, and the grille between the headlights was slightly raised and included in an ordinary black frame that matches the grille and headlights, which made the Futurista look like a Lancia Beta Montecarlo coupe from the years. 70.
More details about the new model
More than 300 horsepower accounts for less than 1,300 kilograms, and the power transmission to both axles (Integrale) is done by a 5-speed manual gearbox, priced at 350,000 euros.
Closing an extraordinary chapter, the company's Futurists have already opened a new chapter on the subject of the Delta HF Integrale, and the Delta Integrale of the Martini Lancia factory team with which Miki Biasion and co-driver Tiziano Siviero won first place. in the Safari Rally in 1988 in the World Rally Championship.
For now, it is known that Amos' Delta Safarista will only have two seats and some elements used in racing cars and will be significantly more expensive than the Futurista, as as a reminder of the success of Lancia Kenya, each of the ten customers will have to pay 570,000 euros.