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1991 Lancia Hyena Zagato

Girardo & Co. Ltd

1991 Lancia Hyena Zagato
Girardo & Co. Ltd
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22-1114001

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Description

One of just 24 Zagato-bodied Lancia Hyenas built

 

Enhanced with a range of thoughtful performance- and refinement-oriented modifications

 

Showing just 26,200km on the odometer

 

Accompanied by a generous history file including its Certificate of Origin, original Lancia user manual and period photos of the car at Zagato

 

An ultra-rare and genuinely coach-built modern classic fusing two of Italy’s greatest automotive names: Lancia and Zagato

 

Chassis no. ZLA831AB000552454

It’s a Lancia Hyena – essentially a Delta HF Integrale Evo 1 sporting purposeful fastback coupé bodywork designed by none other than Zagato, the history-steeped design house from Milan.


In light of the Delta’s extraordinary success on the world rallying stage, Zagato’s then-designer Marco Pedracini reportedly felt obliged to spice up the hatchback’s styling in a manner more befitting of its sporting prowess. With such a rich heritage, the quintessential Zagato design cues were plentiful. Double-bubble roof, anyone?