Lancia Teases New Ypsilon After 13 Years Hiatus
Lancia has given a sneak peek of its upcoming Ypsilon model, signaling the brand's return to releasing new products after a break since 2011. The new Ypsilon, set to be revealed next month, displays a unique design inspired by the Pu-Ra HPE concept and iconic Lancia models like the 037 and Stratos.
While the design has a sleek and city-friendly look, it also shares similarities with other Stellantis products such as the Opel Corsa and Peugeot 208 due to common foundations within the group. The upcoming Ypsilon will come with hybrid and fully electric power options, in line with the automotive industry's move towards electrification.
For the electric version, expectations suggest a 52-kilowatt-hour battery pack and a single electric motor on the front axle, delivering a peak output of 156hp.
Lancia Pu+Ra HPE Concept
This represents a significant power increase compared to the current Ypsilon, which has a 70hp hybridized three-cylinder engine. The new Ypsilon aims to position itself as a more robust and contemporary version of the city car, meeting the evolving trends in the automotive industry.
Further details will be available upon its official launch.
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