Lancia brand’s lineup for the Paris Motor Show consists of the Delta, the Ypsilon and the Musa, which will all be displayed beside the Chrysler vehicles, Grand Voyager Limited Black and 300C Walter P. Chrysler, to signify their recent alliance.
After the success of the Musa and the Ypsilon LPG in Italy, Lancia wants to launch these vehicles, which introduce the new dual fuel Euro 5 compliant engines (LPG and petrol), in Paris. Lancia will also be displaying the Delta MultiAir in a Hard Black version, an Ypsilon ELLE and a Musa 5th Avenue.
Lancia will bring a version that is derived from the show car that debuted at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show.
For its world debut, Lancia has given the vehicle a two-tone livery (Angelico white and black top) with seats and dashboard in ivory Poltrona Frau leather, with the description: “Lancia Musa. The City Limousine.
Elegance is the only beauty that never fades.” In addition, Lancia will be showcasing two versions of the Delta: a 120hp Platino 1.6 MultiJet DPF Selectronic and a 140hp "Hard Black" 1.4 MultiAir S&S.
With regards to the Chrysler models, the Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited Black is powered by a 2.8 CRD engine that develops 163hp and 360 Nm and is combined with a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Meanwhile, the 300C Walter P. Chrysler features the V6 3.0 turbodiesel common rail power unit that’s mated to a five-speed automatic gearbox.