1993 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo II

by   19.6k tylerdeveneuxmusic  12 days ago
Auto Credit Based on tylerdeveneuxmusic's 1993 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo II

Front RearInterior Hatches open
Firstly a huge thank you to user Hyattorama for so many things such as the gauges (small gauges work thanks to him), Lancia badges (those are his design and used with permission) ,overall detailing and helping tame the handling along with moral support and excellent advice. I genuinely couldn’t have got this build looking this good without your help. Those on here who don’t know his work should go check it out and/or follow at https://www.simpleplanes.com/u/Hyattorama

Lancia’s Delta was a late 1970s design made in response to the VW Golf/Rabbit with 4 doors, hatchback and front wheel drive (FWD). Lancia being Lancia decided they should make this econobox go mega fast and maybe enter the World Rally Championship with it..Starting from the FWD base they added a turbo before adding 4WD and 16V heads for the Evos (hence the bonnet bulge). In 1988 they won the World Rally Championship, '89 also, likewise in 90,91 & 92. When Lancia started to run out of room in their trophy cabinet and just supplied cars to others for 1993 the Delta won again which is why it's held in such high regard even now 25 years after the last year of manufacture. This is my 3rd version of the car for SP - it has a ton of parts, it's at 1:1 scale, has been 3 weeks work and is easily my most detailed car yet with working lights and dash indicator lights, opening doors & boot/bonnet, engine bay detailing , working gauges, steering wheel and door trims etc
Pitch to drive/arrow keys for steering, AG1 turns on lights including rear numberplate light, AG2 turns on Hazard lights (and gyro for if car is upside down) AG4 opens doors, bonnet/hood and rear hatch. Brake lights work when you brake
PS it's got a degree of negative camber 'cos stance
Less parts version for mobile/tablets

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor 1993 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo II
  • Successors 4 airplane(s) +28 bonus
  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Mac
  • Wingspan 6.7ft (2.1m)
  • Length 12.8ft (3.9m)
  • Height 4.8ft (1.5m)
  • Empty Weight 2,844lbs (1,290kg)
  • Loaded Weight 2,958lbs (1,341kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 3087

Parts

  • Number of Parts 1007
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    30.6k AdlerSteiner

    Btw no problem

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    30.6k AdlerSteiner

    Oh wow you’re making one. Looking forward to it...good luck btw @tylerdeveneuxmusic

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    @AdlerSteiner hey thanks for upvoting and spotlighting...group B version is maybe 60% done

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    30.6k AdlerSteiner

    Group B intensifies

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    @SodiumChloride i'm pretty sure the quality of your work is mostly responsible for the great response you've had so far!

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    @tylerdeveneuxmusic builders like yourself and if i was to list the others it would go on and on have helped me get where i am today and i am very grateful for that

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    @tylerdeveneuxmusic there is no doubt i was pretty lucky though, these days its quite common for new people to rip off others, making people suspicious and stuff

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    @SodiumChloride my work at 1 month of having an account vs yours shows you are the great builder though - i'd barely hit bronze and a handful of followers at that point

    3 days ago
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    @tylerdeveneuxmusic thanks, but my great work if it wasn't for great builders like yourself to inspire me in making better and sharing my planes, ik this sounds like im sucking up too you and others but so be it

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    @SodiumChloride you are very welcome - tbh i upvote only great work so thank you for sharing your work

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    @tylerdeveneuxmusic np m8 and thanks for yours

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    @SodiumChloride thanks for the upvotes bud

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    @HakkeAirTech thanks for upvoting

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    @AtomicCyclone thanks for upvoting

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    @Bigman thanks for upvoting bud

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    @BoeyingOfficial thanks for upvoting bud

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    When I lived in London there was a yellow 1 the next town over. They are very well regarded in the uk @AtomicCyclone

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    @tylerdeveneuxmusic there is a red one where I live! In italy there is an entire fanbase about this incredible car, and they are also pretty rare.

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    @TheRealTDawg thanks for upvoting

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    @Sirnubenegra thanks for upvoting

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    1,729 ViciousTNT

    @tylerdeveneuxmusic yup, one lil nice fact for ya!

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    @ViciousTNT i never knew that - it makes sense...

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    1,729 ViciousTNT

    @tylerdeveneuxmusic Np, also, the design was literally called "house brick" in Lancia

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    @ViciousTNT yeah not particularly aerodynamic but very effective..thanks for upvoting

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    1,729 ViciousTNT

    B R I C K C A R P O W E R

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