The Lancia Delta Integrale EVO 1 and Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VI are both different ...
The Lancia Delta Integrale EVO 1 and Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VI are both different and similar in many ways. To the car enthusiasts, they represent two of the most iconic driving machines of the 90s.
Besides, there is just something about the Evo name isn’t there? You know you are dealing with something truly special, which goes double when it comes to vehicles that have already earned themselves somewhat the cult following.
Thanks to DrPittenstein and his YouTube channel, we can now look at these two magnificent performers side by side, if we were to start with the Integrale EVO 1, we should mention some of the modifications Lancia made to this vehicle.
From its wider front and rear tracks to its extended arches, 210 PS engine, new grilles to improve cooling, the redesigned bonnet, adjustable roof spoiler, new five-bolt wheels (with the rally car design) and the new single exhaust pipe. Let’s just say that spotting this thing in the traffic is as easy now as it was back when it first came out.
As for the Lancer EVO VI, this specific model here is the TME version, and named after Finnish rally driver Tommi Makinen – winner of four WRC drivers championships for the Mitsubishi.
The EVO VI TME featured 17 white wheels, the leather Momo steering wheel and shift knob, titanium turbine, lowered ride height for tarmac and the quicker steering ratio.
On the road, according to the reviewer, the Mitsubishi feels more supportive than the Lancia, however the Integrale has the lot of things going for it, such as the fact that it feels more raw compared to the Lancer, and we will let you find out all about the differences for yourselves by watching the review.
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