Today Lancia offered new photos and information on its entry-level model, which will be launched from June in Europe and from September in the United Kingdom, where it will wear the Chrysler logo.
The 3.84-meter long Lancia Ypsilon will be available with a choice of four engines. In Europe, customers will be able to choose from the 69HP 1.2-liter petrol engine, the 85HP 0.9-liter TwinAir unit and the 95HP 1.3-liter Multijet II turbodiesel engine.
Buyers will be able to customize the mini through three interior trim levels (Silver, Gold and Platinum), 16 liveries, 6 different upholstery trims, 3 types of alloy wheels and 3 engines, for a total of 600 possible combinations.
Standard equipment on the Silver trim level includes remote-controlled central locking, electric front windows, height and reach-adjustable steering wheel, 50/50 split rear seat, height-adjustable driver seat, fabric upholstery, 15-inch steel wheels, a radio set-up and rear heated window.
The Gold version adds a manual climate control, radio with CD and MP3 player, electric door mirrors, steering wheel and gearshift lever covered in leather, Castiglio upholstery and Comfort Pack. The Platinum trim level adds rear electric windows, fog lights, 15-inch alloy wheels, rear seat head restraints and leather upholstery. Across the range, safety equipment consists of ABS with EBD, ESP with ASR and Hill Holder, front and side airbags and Isofix attachments.