Featured in The Crew 2
Rally 037
Lancia Rally 037
TS 155 mph
250 kmh
Power 325 bhp
Rating 139 / 230

The 1982 Lancia Rally 037 (also known as the Lancia-Abarth #037; codenamed Tipo 151) is an Italian rallycross vehicle manufactured by Lancia produced in the first half of the 1980's. The Rally 037 was produced with the main purpose of competing in the Group B category of the World Rally Championship. The Lancia Rally 037 succeeded the Lancia Stratos (HF).

The Crew 2 features the Lancia Rally 037 Evo 2, a revised model of the original Rally 037 with additional engine power. After having won the 1983 World Rally Championship's Constructor's title with German driver Walter Röhrl and Finnish driver Markku Alen, Lancia wanted to defend their title for the 1984 season. This was however unsuccessful as the Lancia Rally 037, a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) vehicle could not compete with its all-wheel-drive (AWD) competition. The Evo 2 has only won one title throughout its racing history, namely the 1984 Tour De Corse before being succeeded with the Lancia Delta S4 the following year.

Under the hood, the Lancia Rally 037 comes equipped with 2.0L inline-four engine capable of developing 325 horsepower at 8,000 revolutions per minute.

The Crew 2[]

The Lancia Rally 037 made its first debut in The Crew 2 with its main model listed as a TC2LogoRX.png rallycross vehicle and is only available as such thus there is no main stock model available. The Lancia Rally 037 can be purchased with either Cash 305,900 or with Credits 43,700.