This fully electric one Lancia Delta Evo-e from GCK Exclusiv-e is (still) a prototype. GCK had the electric version des Integrale and now the rally driver Didier Auriol was allowed to carry out a first test drive on the Circuit de Charade in Saint-Genès-Champanelle (France). He informs in the video that only 47 Electric mod vehicles are to be built. Of these, 36 will hit the road as the Lancia Delta Evo-e and 11 as the Evo-e Rally with higher performance. So far, however, the company has not provided any information on the capacity of the battery and it has also not been disclosed which electric motors will be installed. But the main feature of the Delta Integrale, the all wheel drive, should be preserved.
Manual transmission and four-wheel drive
And also a Manual transmission should still be present. That could mean the vehicles with only an electric motor can be started under the hood, which is simply thought, simply replaces the combustion engine and is connected to the original transmission of the Integrale. But in order for the classic to achieve an adequate range, it must have a strong battery. The original car actually has no place for that. For us, a different position than where the fuel tank is installed is actually inconceivable. At least not if you have made extensive changes to the vehicle structure want to prevent. According to Didier Auriol (DirtFish), the body is being stripped and reinforced. There is no more information.
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Lancia Delta Evo-e from GCK Exclusiv-e!
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