I was just over on the Driftworks forums when I came across a great post by user Stavros (who also happens to be the deputy editor for Redline magazine in the UK and a top bloke) who has found some amazing shots of a Lancia ECV that appear to have been taken last year. The ECV stands for Experimental Composite Vehicle and the car was a prototype for Group S, which would have been the group to replace the famous Group B in world rallying. The car was originally thought to have been destroyed but luckily, one man has restored this car to its full glory. Although it would have been limited to 300BHP by Group S regulations, the car actually produced around 600BHP and weighed in at 930KGs thanks to its all carbon body, carbon wheels and carbon driveshafts. Not shabby for a 1.8 litre turbocharged, four cylinder engine. If you are interested, it's worth taking a look at the thread and doing a bit of reading on its Triflux engine.