26. Lancia Delta S4
The ‘80s were definitely the craziest times when it comes to homologation specials and factory hot rods. Among them was the Delta S4, one of the greatest rally cars that had an equally impressive road-going version. To make its new, highly-advanced Group B rally weapon track-legal, the Lancia engineers produced 200 examples of the Stradale between 1985 and 1986.
The Stradale was equally ludicrous as its racing twin. It featured a special, custom-built body that only resembled the regular Lancia Delta hatchback. They moved the engine back behind the passengers. Also, the car featured space frame construction and a Plexiglas body. But best of all, it came with a full racing suspension and a highly capable all-wheel-drive system. The 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine was both turbocharged and supercharged, delivering 250 HP in street trim but the real output was around 300 hp.