Camouflaged prototype of Italian Lancia Ypsilon spotted on tests

Camouflaged prototype of Italian Lancia Ypsilon spotted on tests

September 22, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Photos from tests of the Italian subcompact hatchback Lancia Ypsilon have been published on the Internet. The novelty has camouflage only in the front part, the rest of the body is not covered with any camouflage. There are no details about the change in the engine range of the novelty yet.

Judging by those photos, which capture the camouflaged prototype of the Italian Lancia Ypsilon, it is very similar to the current version of the model. Since the entire front end is camouflaged, we’re betting that this is where all the changes will take place. That is, the model will receive minor changes – the rest of the test prototype has not received any disguise.

The Lancia Ypsilon hatchback discussed in this article is a subcompact car that replaced the Lancia Y10.

The car was originally produced in the period from 1995 to 2005 at the plant in Melfi (Italy), more than 870 thousand cars were produced in total. In other countries, this car is sold under the Chrysler Ypsilon brand.

For those who are not in the know, Lancia can rightfully be called the legendary Italian automaker. His models were not only fast, but also beautiful. Designed by Pininfarina, the Lancia Gamma is still objectively one of the most attractive cars you can look at.

The same can be said for the automaker’s high-performance models Fulvia, Stratos and Delta Integrale. All of them had a stylish appearance and decent dynamic characteristics. As grim as the current present of the Italian automaker may seem, it is good to know that the Vincenzo Lancia brand continues to exist.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a collection of Lancia racing cars was put up for sale for $ 7.5 million. British company Girardo & Co sells a collection of Lancia racing cars, including the 1983 Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo Group V, the 1984 Lancia 037 Rally Evo 2 Group B and other iconic cars. The estimated cost of the machines is $ 7.5 million (approximately RUB 470.12 million).