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A Lancia Fulvia that was modified by De Tomaso in an attempt to lure Ford into buying Lancia. The plan was hatched by Ghia Alejandro De Tomaso, who thought that if Lancia could look like a competitor to Ferrari, Ford would buy the Italian car maker and it’s then CEO Lee Iacocca, who was a friend of De Tomaso would appoint him as the new boss of Lancia. The plan didn’t pan out with as Fiat jumped in and bought Lancia outright for themselves.
First unveiled at the 1969 Geneva Motor Show the HF Competizione featured a new design penned by Tom Tjaarda who also designed the De Tomaso Pantera. There were folding headlights, a retractable rear wing and large greenhouse with plexiglass windows that had little openings in the sides that could be slid open for ventilation. The engine was lowered in the chassis by 30mm and independent oscillating wishbones replaced the solid rear axle.
- Engine: 1.6L V4
- Weight: –
- Power: 110 kW / 148 hp / 150 PS
- 0-100 kph: –
- Torque: –
- Top Speed: 200 kph / 124 mph