Spy Shots: 2012 Lancia Ypsilon Winter Testing In Sweden

Last night our spy photographers managed to photograph a heavily disguised next-generation Lancia Ypsilon in Northern Sweden. The new city car from Lancia looks to keep its current dimensions, though it is hard to tell yet which direction the styling is going.

If we are to trust different rumors, the next-generation Ypsilon will be available also as a hybrid and even a pure electric version in addition to standard petrol engines.

Below next to spy photos we also have a teaser image of the new Ypsilon that was revealed before Christmas. World debut of the new Ypsilon is at the Geneva Motor Show in March, where Lancia will also show two other models. One of them is reportedly based on Chrysler 200, and the second one based on Chrysler Town & Country.


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