LANCIA Thema 2011 - Present
The new Thema marks a new chapter in Lancia's legendary history. The first global flagship that combines the best of two worlds, the Thema was designed based on the new Chrysler 300 created on the Chrysler Group LX rear wheel drive platform and has been marketed since the beginning of this year. Like the first Thema back in 1984, it competes in the most difficult and prestigious segment, striving to offer a genuine alternative.
The new Lancia Thema is the answer for those who seek a more personal exclusivity made of greater warmth, craftsmanship and character.
With a heritage of values in its DNA, Lancia appears to be favoured over others for its ability to interpret this new world of exclusiveness and to meet the needs of a customer more attentive to technology, who demands not only a substantial product, but also a style with strong personality. And this is where the Lancia Thema steps in. This global flagship combines expertise and functionality all associated with the Chrysler brand, with the luxury of Poltrona Frau® leather interiors, the cocooning silence of the large Lancia's and the attention to detail that all express the best of Italian design.
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Since it’s almost Christmas, we’re pretty sure you are looking for ideas on what to buy your family and friends, especially those that are car enthusiasts. Well, how about a motorsports coloring book that features 20 famous race cars entitled “Racing Colors”?! The concept of this book ... Continue Reading →
Lancia has revealed its own version of the rebadged 2014 Chrysler Town & Country S, called Voyager S, ahead of the minivan’s debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show later this month. Scheduled to go on sale starting January 2014, the revised Voyager S sports the company’s new glossy black chrome pla... Continue Reading →
Italian automaker Lancia has unveiled the 2014 Delta ahead of the vehicle’s public debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show later this month. For the 2014 model year, the third-generation Delta has received a minor facelift, which includes body-colored side skirts and front/rear bumpers and twin chrome exhaust... Continue Reading →
Back in the day, when motorsport was less affected by restrictive regulations, the Americans had the Can-Am, probably the most brutal racing series. Some say Europeans were happy with less, but that statement is halfway true because they had the Group 5. Smaller engines, but big turbo horses! Dominated by the infa... Continue Reading →
The Italian automaker Lancia has recently introduced the Ypsilon Elefantino model on the French market. Lancia’s third generation Ypsilon Elefantino model can be fitted with electric front windows, air conditioning, trip computer, adjustable leather steering wheel, CD/MP3 radio and nice visual trimmings like... Continue Reading →
The special edition Lancia Delta S by MOMODESIGN is now available in Italy for customer to order from €23,400 ($30,070) base model price. The entry-level five-door hatch is powered by a 1.4-liter Turbo Jet engine that produces 120 hp. The engine range also offers two diesel engines; a 1.9-liter Twin Turbo Mul... Continue Reading →
The last time I was in Italy was in 2008. I went on a summer vacation with the sole purpose of wearing flip-flops and getting a tan, but their cars still got me excited, more than the belle ragazze. I still remember seeing the Fiat Bravo for the first time at a gas station, sitting there looking all sexy with a black... Continue Reading →
With the Elefanto special series, Lancia hopes to renew interest for its stylish and fashion-conscious supermini, the Ypsilon. Poised to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show on March 5th, the elephant-themed city slicker is actually a sort of 'entry level' of the range aimed at funky kids. If those fu... Continue Reading →
The Lancia Voyager is essentially the American Chrysler Town & Counry, but that won't stop the Italians from trying to convince us its their own minivan. For this year's Geneva Motor Show, the Voyager finally got a worth-wile update in the form of a much needed diesel engine. While Volkswagen has acc... Continue Reading →
If we were to look on Lancia's official (Italian) website, we'd notice they have no less than six "model" on offer. But the reality is most are rebadged Chryslers or really old models. The one exception, however, is the Ypsilon, a supermini built on the same platform as the Fiat 500 and offerin... Continue Reading →