The Lancia collection includes three race cars and three rally cars.
The Lancia Delta Integrale Evo's 2.0-liter turbo now delivers 700 hp.
This 1992 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione is estimated to sell for between $150,000 and $180,000.
The bumpers cost €1,300 (front) and €1,150 (rear); only 250 of them will be made.
The Lancia Ypsilon Monogram edition could help the Italy-exclusive brand extend its sales lead on Alfa Romeo in Europe.
The ultimate iteration of Lancia's Group A street-legal homologation special has earned a special place in automotive history.
The Lancia Delta S4 and Fiat 131 Abarth are Italian rally legends.
The classic sports coupe from Lancia will hit the auction block next month in the UK.
Bidding on this Delta Integrale 16V was sitting at $5100 at the time of writing.
Many would claim it was unsalvageable but not Thornley Kelham.
FCA's new Heritage facility is a treasure cove for fans of Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia cars.
This Lancia Aurelia Series III is for sale and it costs more than two new BMW M5s in the UK.
The New Stratos has a Ferrari 430 Scuderia V8 engine and a six-speed manual.
It requires 2,197 parts, all from the GT3 RS kit, and 598 steps, all of which are available in a book.
The modern-day Stratos is going to be produced in just 25 examples, two of which will be on display at the show.
Remember, the McLaren F1 applies to those born between 1994 and 1998.
Nothing will make you miss Lancia more than this custom Aurelia B20GT 'Fuorilegge'.
Despite the nose-heavy weight distribution, the Thema 8.32 is surprisingly entertaining to drive.
The noise of the triple WRC winner alone should be enough to wake you up for good.