The Lancia Fulvia was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 and produced until 1976. Fulvias are notable for their role in motor sport history, including winning the International Rally Championship in 1972.
On testing it in 1967, Road & Track summed up the Fulvia as "a precision motorcar, an engineering tour de force". The Fulvia is named after Via Fulvia, a Roman road leading from Tortona to Torino.
The Fulvia was available in three variants: Berlina 4-door saloon, 2-door Coupé, and Sport, an alternative fastback coupé designed and built by Zagato on the Coupé floorpan. A narrow angle V4 engine is a unique feature of the Fulvia.
A rare car - only 18 are currently registered in the UK meaning that wherever this Fulvia Zagato goes, she turns heads.
Based on the Coupe floor pan, the aluminium body was designed and crafted by legendary carosserie firm Zagato, despite being just 1290cc, the V4 engine packs quite a punch.
An almost art deco style dashboard adds to the appeal of this vehicle, there are many little charming features that you can only find out by driving it. Of note is the electrically operated rear window that provides great ventilation in the car.
Discs Front & Rear
2 per cylinder