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2010 Lancia Delta Serie Speciale


Lancia’s ticket to the Geneva Motor Show has been stamped and the brand is bringing with them a special-edition Delta . This exclusive Lancia Delta will come with a 1.6 Multijet 120 horsepower engine with a standard DPF as well as a Selectronic automatic transmission. Set apart by a two-tone body - white with matte black roof - and by Frau leather interior, this special edition Delta Delta is unique for having a rather plush and comfortable back seat - an exclusive feature of the Delta’s Executive version.

As it stands now, the Gold and Platinum versions of the Lancia Delta will joi the Executive version in having these cozy and comfortable seats, which, as Lancia describes, provides the same comfort as an armchair in business class on an intercontinental flight. In addition to that, the seats also come with a reclining backrest that creates lots of legroom, an especially useful feature for those that always seem to find themselves in the middle of long trips.

This exclusive treatment at the rear of the Lancia Delta makes it a real modern alternative to bigger, heavier, and more expensive sedans with higher fuel consumption levels. While those brands may have an edge in terms of popularity and brand recall, this special edition Lancia Delta is as good as it gets as far as space and comfort are concerned.



11 comments:

Black is beauty but in here, it looks aggressive, tough and rough. Nevertheless, the intense and extreme posture, display the hard and expressive side of the car. Truly like it.

Well, I notice that most of you guys don’t like the design of the car. It is just a special edition car so don’t expect a powerful car and since it is a hatchback, that kind of performance is just normal. Other features are not included in the article.

Not interested! I don’t like on how this car look it remind me so much of Korean cars which is not a good thing. The performance is not that great, and I think its less powerful.

@BrianHerron: yes, most of the cars released today are head lamps, maybe because, it’s much brighter and efficient to your car’s battey.

Leon_Black: I think most of you guys are looking for comfortable ride, but for me I’m looking for great performance, and this car is somehow meet it.

most of the cars today are getting the Idea of having a LED Headlamps, this idea is came out from Audi.

Seems like a pretty good car. Well, I don’t really see that much car from the automaker let alone test drive them. Anyways, what I always want to see with sedans are space for both the passenger, which is very important for comfort and luxury, and luggage space for the trunk. I figure that most sedan owners are rich people and they do travel a lot so they would need a lot of space and comfort.

One of the qualities I’m looking for a car is the comfortable seats so I can relax while driving. I think I’ll score this one as above average.

well i guess lancia is also keeping up the phase like kia and hyundai. also the vehicle looks nice and quite comfy to ride.

a gorgeous work of Italian art. nice, murano-like tail works great on this rich vehicle.

Lovely looking CUV, it’s rear end looks exactly the same as the old model of Nissan Murano.

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