1994 Lancia Hyena

Coupe, body by Zagato
RM Open Roads February 2021
Friday, 19 February - Sunday, 28 February 2021
€148,500 ($179,581)
Sale Price
€160,000 - €200,000
Est. Range
26 February 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. ZLA831AB000579320. Verde Zagato over black leather. 1995/250hp, fuel injected and turbocharged Delta HF Integrale Evo chassis, 5-speed, Sony CD stereo, Series # Z 015, alloy wheels, PZero tires.

Evaluation: Good probably original paint and upholstery with light scuffing on the driver’s outside seat bolster. Oily, road grimy chassis. Delaminating windshield corners. Sagging headliner. Clean engine compartment. 8927 km from new, carefully preserved but would benefit from even superficial cleaning of the chassis.

Bottom Line: Car number 15 of only 24 built. Reported sold by Bonhams at Paris in 2017 for €161,000 ($171,594 at the time). Reported bid to €145,000 on the block and as sold in RM’s official results at this amount. RM got €187,000 (€170,000 plus commission) for one in its European Online Only auction in June, but it was the personal car of Paul Koot, Netherlands Lancia importer and initiator of the Hyena project, and had been tuned to over 300hp. There was probably a bit of commission trading going on after the sale resulting in this realistic conclusion.

by Rick Carey
6 March 2021
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