The Lancia Rally 037, also known as the Tipo 151 was a sports competition car with a mid-engined produced in the early 1980s. In 1983, this car won the Lancia Manufacturers’ World Championship. It was the last car with rear-wheel drive to win the WRC.

In 1980 Lancia began developing the 037 to comply with FIA Group B regulations, which allowed cars to race with a small number of homologation models produced. The name of the car comes from the name of the 037 project. Before the car’s first participation in the World Championship season in rally 1982, 200 road-going models were produced. The final version was powered by a 2.1-litre I4 engine with 325 hp (242 kW).