The Drive the Classics series presents the vehicles of Lancia’s private collection at their best – driving fast on beautiful Italian roads and tracks.
The Lancia Rally 037 dared and won against the future. It’s the last of the rear-wheel drive models to win the Wold Rally Championship, when, in 1983, the newer 4-wheel drive cars were the norm. Its successor is the infamous Lancia Delta S4, another 80s beast.
The Lancia Aurelia B20 was born in 1951, created by Francesco Virgilio. It was the quintessential Gran Turismo, a perfect racing car for the Mille Miglias of those years. Its unique style makes it a timeless classic.
The Lancia Trevi Bimotore was a prototype with four-wheel drive and two engines. It was built in 1984 by Giorgio Pianta: Abarth driver, test driver and team manager. The car is altogether unique, rare and fascinating due to the technical solutions adopted.