Kimera Automobili revived the iconic Lancia 037 in May of this year with the EVO37, a highly rare restomod creation. The firm said at the time that just 37 copies of the sports vehicle would be produced, and it appears that shipping has already begun.
During the 2021 Passione Engadina occasion in Switzerland, an instance of the EVO37 was recently recorded on video. This video clearly shows one of the 37 units scheduled for manufacturing, which is completed in silver on the outside. It's a different automobile than the red one that was unveiled in May of this year.
The aspect that the restomod preserves the original's 2.1-liter four-cylinder motor contributes to the charm. The inline-four motor has been heavily changed and re-engineered, and now produces 505-hp (377 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. The motor, which is mated to a manual transmission, provides power to the back wheels, much like the classic Lancia 037.
However, the performance enhancements do not finish up here. Öhlins is in charge of the quadrilateral suspension, while Brembo can offer carbon-ceramic brakes according to the spec. The whole body, which is somewhat larger than the classic Lancia, is constructed of carbon fiber, with visible carbon fiber in areas such as the front fascia and dash.
All external lights are now LEDs. If you know what you're getting, the new EVO37 will set you back a lot of money. We don't know if any units are still accessible, but if there are, you'll should spend at least €480,000, or nearly $585,000 at today's currency rates.