The new Flavia Cabrio stays within the stylistic realm of the Lancia brand and ensures an excellent driving experience unrivaled by others in its segment whether on long out-of-town trips or going on the daily routes. The Flavio Cabrio is an interpretation of the Chrysler 200 model that is being launched in Europe.
After having reaped praises from the public and from critics alike at the major motor shows, Lancia now offers the final version that is available starting in March from the primary markets in Europe. It is built at the Sterling Heights plant in Michigan (USA).
The Lancia convertible is a viable choice for consumers who enjoy the features of a coupé but don’t want to give up the perks of driving an open-air car. The new Lancia measures 4.9 meters long, 1.4 m high, and 1.8 m wide. It’s positioned at the top of segment D and it provides the best in interior space.
As many as four adults can be accommodated in this vehicle. It offers a high level of on-board comfort with its 276-cm wheelbase. The Flavia Cabrio has a sculpture-like front, lending a look that’s dynamic and elegant. It comes with a unique grill with Lancia logo and the original front headlights and fog lights.
In addition, the side panel’s surface is very clean. It has a distinctive and sleek line to make the car appear longer. It also uses a set of stylish 18" alloy wheels. The rear LED light cluster comes with a thin chrome-plated bar that highlights its overall look to emphasize its original design.
Further reinforcing this impression is the unusual chrome-plated tailpipe and its advanced electrically-controlled soft top enclosed inside the hood cover, which is seamlessly integrated into the body with the third brake light found at its base. Powering the new Flavia Cabrio is a 2.4 litre petrol engine combined with a 6-speed automatic transmission that results to a maximum power of 175 HP at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 225 nm at 4400 rpm.
It’s pretty simple to describe the overall styling of the new Lancia Flavia – elegantly refined and dynamic. It features a number of aerodynamic forms and elements on the exterior, making it look like it was shaped by the wind. Inside, the Flavia shows off the level of refinement and craftsmanship that has made Lancia famous.
Up front, the new Lancia Flavia has a sculptured front end defined by its distinctive horizontal grille with the Lancia logo. This grille is flanked by the car’s original headlights and fog lights. On the sides, the new Lancia Flavia features a clean side surface marked by a sleek line. The side of the Lancia Flavia is completed by beautifully crafted 18-inch alloy wheels. Meanwhile, the rear end of the new Lancia Flavia features rear LED light clusters stylistically linked by a thin chrome-plated bar, as well as by distinct chrome-plated tailpipe and a soft top cover that accommodates the Lancia’s electrically controlled black soft top.
At the launch, customers could choose from any of the two available exterior colors for the new Lancia Flavia -- Bright White and Mineral Grey – with only one soft color, black. The interior of the new Flavia can be specified in either black or two-tone black and white. Lancia will soon offer new color options for the exterior – Black, Blackberry, Deep Cherry and Silver a Beige color for the soft top.