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The 2011 Geneva Motor Show was the setting of the world premiere of the new Lancia Ypsilon, a small main that in just 3. 84 metres packs the best of Italian style, innovation and eco-friendliness. For the first time it is proposed in a 5-door version developed to provide even greater comfort and convenience to devotees of Lancia charm, technological excellence and original style.

When the Lancia Voyager is used each day, it turns the concept of a easy means of transport into an exhilarating travel experience. That is because a great trip is not just leaving and arriving, but is instead a continuous string of emotions. A promise that the new model keeps even before getting into it due to an look style that transmits protection and charm from the very first glance.

Even the vehicle sphere has an exalted upper circle. This is made up of the higher-segment, large élite saloons into which all Manufacturers pour the cream of their technology and layout skill. In Europe, these account for a little over one million vehicles per year from a few prestigious brands. As you can imagine, this usually tends to be a stable sales band and conservative in its tastes.

The Lancia Ypsilon is a supermini manufactured by the Italian manufacturer Lancia since 1996. It is the replacement of the Lancia Y10. The first Lancia Ypsilon was based on and shares its underpinnings with the first generation of the Fiat Punto. However, unlike its more pedestrian counterpart, the Lancia Ypsilon is available only with a 3-door hatchback body.

The new Lancia Thema and Voyager are making their debuts. These are the first two models emerging from the alliance between Lancia and Chrysler, which by now have become a single identity founded on the same will to excel in the future and on the values engraved in their respective century-old histories: layout and innovation.

The first-generation eurovans were superseded by a new model in 2002. The floorpan, wheelbase and suspension setup were not altered, but all look dimensions as well as front and back tracks were increased. In particular, the increase in length by almost 30 cm greatly improved dashboard capacity.

The New Lancia Musa will make its debut with a world preview in Venice. Successor to a winning model that in three years has won the hearts of many European motorists (in 2006 and 2007 it was Italy's best-selling compact MPV), the new vehicle will again be a winner by product the motoring world all the values of true Italian friendliness.

The Lancia Lybra is a luxury mid-size vehicle from Italian Fiat Auto's upscale marque Lancia. Based on the Alfa Romeo 156 floorpan (and thus being related to the prolific Fiat Tipo platform), it replaced the Dedra within Lancia's lineup, and was similarly low-profile to its predecessor, rather than as well-known as its Alfa sibling.

The size and architecture of three volumes of the Fulvia Coupé are practically identical to those of its predecessor but with a wider track to give more stability and greater strength to the car. The general layout is reminiscent of classic Riva motorboat, a truncated tail by an extremely dynamic and a forward slash.

Delta is a historical name that introduces one of the pinnacles of Lancia's motoring history, but also a mathematical symbol that stands for change, progress. Lancia Delta is a universal measure of difference, a striving toward excellence by exceeding a previous limit. Our entire strategy is underpinned by a quest for an evolved form of the Lancia Delta.