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.


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  • 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?

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