Lancia Musa to Make World Debut at Geneva 2010

The recent alliance between Lancia and Chrysler will be visible at the upcoming Geneva Auto Show, as the two manufacturers will share the exhibition area at the event. Vehicles belonging to both brands will be on display, with Lancia bringing the Delta, the Ypsilon and the Musa to the European visitors and media representatives.

The Musa show car will be making its world debut, anticipating a special series to be marketed in the major European markets in the second half of 2010.

The car will be fitted with a 1.3 Multijet II 95 hp (Euro5) engine along with a Start&Stop system that lets drivers lower fuel consumption and emissions on the combined cycle by up to 114g/km (109 g/km with robotised transmission).

Based on the puzzle theme, the booth will show two Lancia Delta on one side and two Chrisler 300Cs on the other. Moreover,
images of the public will transformed into puzzle pieces to complete the puzzle of the booth, thanks to a play of mirrors and video cameras.

The Lancia Delta showcased at the show will be representing a special new series finished in Hard Black, with a shiny black roof and matt black body. Equipped with a 1.8 Di TurboJet 200 HP engine and Sportronic automatic transmission, the vehicle on show in Geneva features a new interior vision, such as the dashboard in beige and central console with luxurious treatments and new color combinations.

The new Lancia Ypsilon Elle, featuring a 1.2 60 hp engine and two-tone body color, will also be showcased at the show. The car will be manufactured in a special limited edition that will be sold in spring 2010 in the major European markets.

autoevolution will be attending the 2010 Geneva Auto Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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