Registered in the Province of Cuneo in 1989, it has the original number plates and logbook. Built on the mechanical platform of the Delta and designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Prisma was the first Italian mass-produced saloon to be equipped with permanent four-wheel drive.
The two-tone beige/brown paintwork was an optional extra at the time, with a sand-coloured alcantara interior. The bodywork is pristine and the paintwork is in excellent condition, as is the interior. A true rarity. Only 123,000 km travelled.
Original mechanics fully functional, genuine mileage. The vehicle has a valid MOT.
With just over 4,000 examples produced (including 4WD), the Prisma ‘Integrale’ is now much rarer than its sibling, the Delta. This car is one of the very rare examples, still in excellent condition, of a model that, because of its characteristics, was often used intensively, in mountainous or hilly areas, and heavy-duty use.
The car must be collected from Turin.