To my eyes, the first generation Lancia Delta will always be a beauty. Even today it still look stylish. This generation of Lancia is also known for it’s chassis and handling. So I wonder if there was a sedan variant, it would have been a great alternative/rival to the BMW 3-Series (E30). Especially if the […]
According to La Repubblica, Sergio Marchionne is to restrict Lancia to Italian market with just one, the Ypsilon. This means there’ll be no more Chrysler cars rebadge Lancia. How unfortunate, Lancia has quite a lustrous heritage.
According autoblog.nl, Lancia contemplating a Chrysler 300-based Thema Coupe.
Remember the “ultimate” version of the previous Lancia Thema called 8.32 (“8″ standing for the number of cylinders and “32″ for the number of valves)? It used a 2927 cc Ferrari V8 engine that was based on the unit used in the Ferrari 308. Here I imagine the rebirth of the 8.32, where it uses […]
Here’s one way to sell the Chryser 200 in Europe, make it the Lancia Flavia SW. The estate shape gets rid of that awkward C-pillar too.
I’ve decided to call this the Spyder and not the Fulvia, because in concept, the Spyder is bigger. And why is “Spyder” spelt with a “y” rather than an “i”? That’s because in the 70s, Lancia needed to differentiate the car (Beta Spyder) from the Alfa Romeo Spider.
Here’s my idea of how Chrysler could possibly sell the Lancia Delta in US, as a sedan. I am naming it as the 100, as it will be a compact sedan that sits beneath the 200, making it Chrysler’s smallest sedan. Lancia can also sell this variant in Europe as the Prisma, a name last […]
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 21. I made the Ypsilon into a sedan as this can be sold in US as Chrysler, where the Americans prefer sedan body style. I doubt they will fit though.
So according to report, Fiat S.p.A. CEO Sergio Marchionne said the Chrysler 200 could be sold to Europe as a Lancia. It’s unfortunate the new 200 doesn’t look like the 200C concept car from 2009 North American International Show, from which I had previously rendered into a Lancia Thesis. Thanks frederic about the name.