LANCIA Delta Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 1979
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel, Natural gas
Body style: Hatchback

2013 - 2014

Once a rally winner and a thrilling hatchback, the Delta adapted and became a more family-oriented vehicle and eventually died without any descendants in 2014. Lancia lost its racing spirit when it introduced the third generation Delta in 2008. It even sold it as a Chrysler Delta on the U.K market, like it was ashamed to put the glorious Lancia badge on it. While its predecessor could tear th...

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gasoline engines:

  LANCIA Delta 1.4L 6MT (120 HP)

  LANCIA Delta 1.4L 6MT GPL (120 HP)

diesel engines:

  LANCIA Delta 1.6L MultiJet 6AT (120 HP)

  LANCIA Delta 1.6L MultiJet 6MT (120 HP)

2008 - 2013

While the first generation of Lancia Delta had a huge number of fans, especially in the Delta Integrale version, the third generation was made for people who couldn't care less for the motorsport. In the UK, the name Lancia Delta was so strongly tied with the rallying, that the Fiat-Chrysler Group decided to sell the vehicle as Chrysler Delta, instead of Lancia Delta. Despite its sports...

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natural gas engines:

  LANCIA Delta 1.4L 6MT GPL (120 HP)

1993 - 1998

While it carried a glorious name, the second generation of the Delta was just a regular compact hatchback that tried to make some money for Lancia. Lancia considered that it gained all that it could from the previous Delta, and in 1993 it introduced a successor for the already 24 years old hatchback. The new generation got rid of its predecessor's wedged shapes and displayed rounded edge...

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1979 - 1983

The Delta is Lancia's take on the small family car. Apparently, they must have done something right, because the first generation of this model lasted well into the 90s, which is pretty cool for a car built way back in the 70s. The original model was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and it was developed in partnership with Saab. This is why this model was better suited to colder climates and ...

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