The Lancia Delta Integrale is one of the most iconic racing cars, and the S4 was the ultimate Group B car, perfectly encapsulating the performance and excess of Group B rallying from the 1980s. And now, on the eve of the Grand Basel show, Automobili Amos have revealed the impressive Lancia Delta Futurista, a reborn 1989 Delta Integrale with some massive changes, including a heavy dose of carbon fiber and engineering upgrades. The muscular and modern-looking Delta has been entirely redesigned incorporating a wider hand-beaten aluminium body with a carbon-fibre front, comprehensively reworked mechanicals, and a gorgeous interior directly inspired by the Group B Delta S4 Stradale, complete with Recaro front seats, aluminum pedals, and bespoke door panels. The engine has also been given a thorough seeing-to, with the addition of an uprated intercooler, new intake system, improved exhaust, and a new engine loom that results in a claimed power output of about 330bhp. You better hurry up though, as only 20 conversions will be made and one of them has already been ordered by the founder of Singer Vehicle Design.