2012 Lancia Ypsilon Spotted With Less Disguise

Last week we brought you spy photos of the heavily disguised next-generation Ypsilon from snowy roads of Sweden. Just a week later, and we have new spy shots of the next-generation Ypsilon with less camouflage. The front a rear are more heavily camouflaged, while the sides have just black tape stripes. Though it does look a little like the rear window line is also camouflaged to hide the final look.

As we mentioned already last week, the next-generation Ypsilon is rumored to get a hybrid and even an all electric version in addition to standard petrol and diesel engines. World debut is in early March at the Geneva Motor Show.


RELATED POSTS

Mercedes-Bens S-Class Cabriolet rendered
BMW X7 SUV confirmed, will be built at Spartanburg factory in South Carolina
2016 Skoda four-door coupe rendered by X-Tomi
2015 Cadillac ATS saloon facelift revealed with the new crest
Nissan engineers build a compact EV pickup marrying a Leaf to a Frontier pickup bed
2015 Volkswagen Polo GTI facelift comes with 189bhp
New Ford Focus RS arrives with all-wheel drive and over 315bhp
McLaren Sports Series enters production, the first 570S Coupe ready for delivery
McLaren 570GT joins the Sports Series range
3.3 million vehicles sold each year in the UK have a warning
Motoring Costs Calculator helps you find out how much does running your car really cost you
BAC creates a graphene-bodied Mono
Tags: , , , , ,
  • LanciaLad

    Such a shame that the Delta and Y are going to be sold in the UK as pretend Chryslers. Fiat is making a big mistake. Chrysler sold 50 odd cars in January. Slow selling Alfa sold 10 times as many. What is Fiat thinking?