Lancia is a legend. Its ultimate rally machines of the second half of the last century represent incredible and orthodox sport design. One of the most beautiful is this ECV Group S prototype.

ECV (Experimental Composite Vehicle) was first introduced in 1986 as a prototype developed by the Italian manufacturer Lancia to replace the Lancia Delta S4 in World Rally Championship competition for the 1988 season. Unfortunately, the ECV never raced, because Group S cars were banned from the competition by FIA due to safety concerns.

Design of the Lancia is very compact and presents the natural continuation of the radical shapes of older Lancia Delta. ECV includes special Triflux engine with 600 horsepower, bodywork made out of Kevlar and carbon fibers, as well as in its time new graphic design of the Martini company, traditional partner of the Lancia rally team.