2012 Lancia Ypsilon Black&Red Edition coming to the 2011 Bologna Motor Show

Article by Christian Andrei, on November 23, 2011

The Lancia Ypsilon Black&Red Edition will be revealed on Dec. 3 at the 2011 Bologna Motor Show in Italy. Fiat Group has not exactly been impressing consumers with its sunroof edition. Its new Lancia Ypsilon has not been winning a lot of consumers over. This new edition is aimed at young males but it is only available with either a 1.2-liter engine that delivers 69 hp or 1.3-liter turbodiesel that has 95 hp.

It is offered in the following colors: Argilla Red, Vulcano Black, Fiamma Red and two-tone Argilla Red with Vulcano Black roof. Meanwhile, its interior has been given a two-tone red and black makeover. Its standard spec is equipped with a set of 15-inch alloys, an improved sound system and standard electric windows up front.

"Twenty-five years and more than a million and a half cars on the road later, the new Lancia "mini flagship" confirms the basic personality of previous versions, comprising a distinctive character that seduces with its good looks and elegance, boosted by cutting-edge technology applied to engines and comfort which not only delivers reduced emissions and consumption - thanks to technologies such as TwinAir, MultiJet II and Start&Stop - but also offers optimum comfort through features unique in this category, including the brand new "Blue&Me-TomTom LIVE" and the "Smart fuel" system, in addition to the innovative Magic Parking, Xenon headlights and LED tail lights. " said the press release.

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