The Fulvia has once been described as "a precision motorcar, an engineering tour de force", and that is truly what it is. Its narrow angle V4 engine coupled to a front-wheel drive makes it a very performant car.
As with many Lancia models before, Lancia commissioned Zagato to build the "Sport" version, a fastback 2-seater based on the Coupé platform. This aerodynamic and sportier Fulvia, penned by Ercole Spada, could be used in road and track competitions.
The first series Fulvia Sport can be distinguished by it's side-hinged bonnet, the eletrically operated rear hatch which could be lifted by a handful of centimetres, and the separate spare wheel compartment behind the rear number plate. The very first 202 examples featured an 80hp 1.216cc engine in an all-aluminium bodyshell. This is one of these 202 first Fulvia Sports by Zagato, it is complete, and all it's waiting for is someone who will bring her to the condition that she deserves!