In addition to new Ypsilon and refreshed Delta, Lancia is also bringing four rebadged Chrysler models to the next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
Lancia Thema is the new flagship saloon based on the Chrysler 300 with minor changes to styling and interior materials. At Geneva, Lancia will show two examples of the new Thema, both with the 292bhp 3.6 litre V6, 22 inch rims, panoramic electric sunroof, built-in 8.4 inch radio navigator with UConnect touchscreen system, Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Warning, Parkview Rear Back-Up Camera and much more.
Next in line is the Flavia saloon and convertible concepts based on the Chrysler 200.
In case you need something more spacious, the Lancia Grand Voyager is for you. The Lancia Grand Voyager is based on the Chrysler Town & Country and replaces the slow-selling Phedra. This new Lancia MPV is visually identical to the Chrysler’s version with some changes in the cabin, like Stow ‘n Go seats, a nine-speaker audio system, and a rear-seat entertainment system. Engine choices include the 292bhp 3.6 litre Pentastar V6, and a 163bhp 2.8 litre diesel.
For more details about the rebadged Chrysler’s take a look at the press release below images.