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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Lancia Flavia Presented At 2012 Geneva Auto Show

Lancia presented at the previous edition of the Geneva Auto Show  the new Chrysler models adopted in pre-production version, and this year have decided to continue the massacre of American logo presentation of a convertible scheduled to debut in Europe at the end of March.
Called Flavia, the new Lancia model is based on a Crysler 200 convertible and will be offered on the European market with a single version of the 2.4-liter gasoline engine. With an output of 175 hp and 225 Nm of torque, the car should move slowly in cabrioletelor American style designed with boulevards in Las Vegas in mind.

One version will be available for equipment, stuffed with all possible optionals: alloy wheels, ESC (electronic stability control), leather upholstery, automatic climate control, powered softop, keyless start, power and heated mirrors and seats, sensor lights, navigation system and a Boston high-end audio system with six speakers and 40 GB hard drive.

It remains to be seen how the public will catch a Lancia convertible U.S. origin. At least the Italian trademark officials are optimistic, saying they enjoyed model "of public and critical acclaim from the prestigious saloon car".

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