The GCK Exclusiv-e creates an electric restomod of Lancia Delta Integrale. The model wears an electric motor that continuously produces 122 horses with 200 Nm of torque and reaches up to 200 horses and 350 Nm of torque, with its battery having a capacity of 29 kWh and giving a range of 200 km per charge.
The engine is mated to the factory 5-speed gearbox that has different scaling in gear 5, with the all-wheel drive system being new and distributing 47% of the power to the front axle and 53% to the rear.
Electric Lancia Delta Integrale for the 0-100 km/h does it in 6.6 seconds, with the frame having been improved to have more rigidity, the tracks have increased, the suspension has lower springs, with the front brakes consisting of six-piston calipers with discs of 306 mm.
The Lancia Delta Evo-e weighs 1,440 kg, 100 kilograms more than Delta Integrale, with some parts of it made of carbon. Inside we find Recaro seats, Alcantara upholes and Momo steering wheel.
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Video from YouTube channel GCK