Description: Lancia is bringing the production-spec goods to 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The Lancia Flavia Cabriolet looked great in concept form and the European model should garner plenty of attention at the Swiss s...
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Buddy Robinson Feb 22, 2012
Don't worry, they already have...
Don Burch Feb 21, 2012
Wow, I wonder if they could rebadge it just for me Donanotellie
Description: The Lancia Flavia Cabriolet is being produced at the Sterling Heights plant in Michigan and be exported to Europe. Sales are scheduled to begin next month after the model makes its full debut at the 2...
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Justin Pedoto Feb 22, 2012
It is a Chrysler 200 with a new badge.
Extremis Colson Feb 22, 2012
looks like a Chrysler 200...
Ben Arends Feb 22, 2012
The rest is owned by UAW (united auto workers) association.
Ben Lambert Feb 21, 2012
It wasn't cancelled. The CEO of Ferrari didn't like the idea of Lancia using the F430 chassis and engine, because he feared it would be making competition to F430/458 Italia. Look up your facts guys.
Dylan Bruder Feb 21, 2012
@alex I believe the stratos was canceled
Theo Hubbard Feb 21, 2012
Oh hello chrysler 200 :|
Alex Bouckley Feb 21, 2012
overnment owns the other 41.5?
Alex Bouckley Feb 21, 2012
So, I'm guessing the g
Ben Arends Feb 21, 2012
Let's see....does Chrysler, the company that just got bailed out, also own Fiat? Had u heard of Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia, Alfa Romeo going bankrupt? No..? I wonder why. Fiat owns a controlling share of chrylser. (58.5%).
Petrolheadjack Feb 21, 2012
@alex one that is good.. and it hasnt been put into production
Alex Bouckley Feb 21, 2012
This is a great example of badge engineering!
Alex Bouckley Feb 21, 2012
@goobee there is a new stratos, search it up. It's based on the ferrari 430
goobee Feb 21, 2012
this car destroys whatever was left of lancia, honestly we need a new stratos
Zack Ganger Feb 21, 2012
@Cian chrysler owns nothing. Fiat own chrysler.
Matthew Paul Feb 21, 2012
This car is destroying what was left of Chrysler's name
Cian Rules Feb 21, 2012
Chrysler owns fiat which owns alfa masarati and lancia this car is destroying the lancia name
Humza Husain Feb 21, 2012
Fiat owns Chrysler. Fiat also owns Lancia.
Justin Harris Feb 21, 2012
I really didn't know Lancia was with Chrysler!
Oliver Hjortnæs Feb 21, 2012
How funny, no comments at all!
Marius Stavila Feb 24, 2012
It's a Lancysler ;-)
Tifa Morsi Feb 23, 2012
Isn't this a Chrysler?
Robby Bradford Feb 21, 2012
It's funny how the lancia logo fits just like the old Chrysler one did, and the strips of metal where the wings used to be
Craig Genser Feb 24, 2012
You probably just don't know what your talking about
Buddy Robinson Feb 22, 2012
I'm sure the fit and finish is poor, but from this angle in that color, it looks good
Robby Bradford Feb 21, 2012
It looks that way in the pictures cuz of the angle of the seats they're tilted backwards so from the front they look massive
Matthew Paul Feb 21, 2012
No, I actually have 20/20 vision. I rented one on a trip to California and it was, um. Terrible. There was however (in real life, not just pictures) decent leg room in the back, at least compared to most other 4 seat convertibles
Petrolheadjack Feb 21, 2012
are you blind ? if you are blessed with having legs.. this is not the car for you..
Matthew Paul Feb 21, 2012
There actually is, that being said its about the only positive thing about the car
Matthew van der Linde Feb 21, 2012
Plenty of leg room in the back
Daniel Mcfarlan Riedmuller Feb 21, 2012
I had never noticed Lancia's rotar shaped emblem before...