2014 Lancia Delta debuts ahead of 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show

Article by Anita Panait, on September 4, 2013

Lancia will unveil its 2014 Delta hatchback saloon at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The 2014 Lancia Delta is designed to attract male metropolitan customers who are seeking both style and personality. The exterior of the updated hatchback saloon features side skirts, body-colored front and rear bumpers, and twin chrome exhaust pipes.

The interior, meanwhile, is now more sophisticated and features glossy black trim on the central console and climate control display as well as matt black trim for the steering wheel insert, instrument panel, buttons and central console. Boasting a length of 4.5 meters, the 2014 Lancia Delta features a cabin that exudes both elegance and luxury, as evidenced by rear seats that can recline into chaise-longue.

In addition, its upholstery reveals quality textures. The saloon features a sliding rear seat with reclining backrest that can be tilted to 25°, allowing the spacious boot (380 liters; 465 liters with the sliding rear seats; and 724 liters with the rear seats folded) to become even roomier.

The seat can also be pushed back and tilted for total relaxation. These features make the Lancia Delta the only hatchback saloon to offer an adjustable the rear seat backrest and slid-able seats. These all assure that the saloon’s passengers get all the comfort and silence they want. The 2014 Lancia Delta is a product of the "downsizing" concept – allowing it to offer superior performance and luxury with lower cost, size and fuel consumption levels.

The 2014 Lancia Delta will be available for sale on the major markets in Europe starting January 2014. Depending on the country where it will be sold, the 2014 Lancia Delta range could be availed in four trim levels: Steel, Silver, Gold and the Special Series 'S by MOMODESIGN'.

It could also be availed in three engine options – 105hp 1.6 MultiJet, 120hp 1.6 MultiJet, and 120hp 1.4 Turbo-Jet LPG – all paired to a six-speed manual gearbox. A customer could also choose from 19 body color options, including nine two-tone choices as well as seven different 16", 17" and 18" alloy wheels. [source: Lancia]

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