Eugenio “Genio” Amos—aka the man behind Automobili Amos—is on a mission to make Lancia great again. He’s making this happen by transforming a 1989 Lancia Delta Integrale into the custom build/restoration you see before you. Say hello to the Lancia Delta Futurista. The Delta Futurista takes inspiration both inside and out from the Group B rally cars of the past (especially when it comes to the interior and the S4 Stradale), but it’s infused with so many huge changes that it’s really a completely new beast with familiar DNA. The meaner and more angular body and profile are heavily defined by hand-beaten aluminum panels and carbon fiber. The original transmission and engine were worked over and reinforced, along with the addition of a new intake system, exhaust and intercooler. Suggested performance output is somewhere in the neighborhood of 330 bhp, which is along the lines of what you’d expect from a Group B rally car, but still completely insane. If you’re interested in a new, vintage Lancia, act fast because they’re only making 20 of these variants.