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2011 Lancia Flavia

2011 Lancia Flavia

The Chrysler 200 was nipped, pulled, and tweaked into something that Chrysler hopes will revive the model in the US market’s eyes, and now it’s going to get a different badge slapped on its backside for its European counterpart. Lancia is about to unveil the Flavia concept, a preview version of the European 200 that will be launched in about six months.

The Lancia Flavia Concept is characterized by clean surfaces and elegant lines, as well as a distinctive new grille with the original front headlights and fog lights. Adding to the stylish exterior are LED tail lights and a third brake light, both with LED technology. The concept will be presented in both coupe and convertible versions, with the convertible featuring a refined soft top with electric control.

The interior of the 200 wannabe will feature fine leather, electronic stability control (ESC), numerous airbags (multi-stage front, side and window bags), and electronic traction control. The steering wheel will get integrated controls to operate the radio, cruise control, and mobile phone, allowing for a safe and comfortable drive.

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Lancia concept designs featuring the possible successor to the Ypsilon supermini

Lancia concept designs featuring the possible successor to the Ypsilon supermini

Contrary to popular belief, web surfing sometimes yields beneficial results, especially when you’re idly looking at car websites, which we’re prone to do on a regular day at the desk.

While scrounging around the Lancia website, we ran into a couple of concept designs of what we believe to be a number of coupes and proposals for a number of future Lancia vehicles, including a possible successor to the brand’s Ypsilon supermini.

In addition to that, there are also designs - they all came from the Fiat Group’s Centro Stile - we’ve already seen before, including the Granturismo Stilnovo concept and the Fulvia Coupe concept, which leads us to believe that these cars are maybe more than just concepts and that Lancia has something in store for them in the near future.

Be sure to check them out and see what you think of them.

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Lancia Aurelia Concept will debut at the Paris Auto Show

Lancia Aurelia Concept will debut at the Paris Auto Show

Remember the Lancia Fulvia Concept unveiled back in 2003? According to sources in Italy this concept will go into production under the name of "Aurelia" and a first preview of the production version will be made this September at the Paris Motor Show.

The design will be inspired by the concept, but the production version will be built on Mk2 Fiat Punto platform, same used for the Alfa Romeo’s Mito hatch. Although this chassis is based on the current Punto, its A-pillar design has been expensively re-engineered to make cleaner rooflines more feasible.

Regarding its body, there are two kind of rumors: some say will be engineered with a folding hard-top; others say it will be a regular coupe. But, we will need to wait and see.

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2005 Lancia Fenomenon Stratos

2005 Lancia Fenomenon Stratos

At the 2005 Geneva Auto Salon, Automotive Designer and Stratos Enthusiast, Christian Hrabalek, unveiled his new Stratos concept car, the Fenomenon Stratos.

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2006 Lancia Delta HPE

2006 Lancia Delta HPE

The Lancia Delta HPE Concept Car is having its world premiere at the 63rd edition of the Venice International Film Festival. The car takes its inspiration from the practical, sporty, elegant car concept embodied in the Lancia Beta HPE during the second half of the Seventies to offer an up-to-date take on the idea of a sporty yet practical saloon (shooting brake).

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2006 Lancia Fulvia

2006 Lancia Fulvia

Lancia has decided to build a prototype to celebrate one of the models that have made the brand famous throughout the world. Apart from anything else, the Lancia Style Centre designers have always had one perennial dream: to recreate the Fulvia Coupè as though it had been left free to evolve stylistically without interruption.

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