The stunning Lancia Flavia has made its introduction at the Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle is being claimed as a unique interpretation of the Chrysler 200 model, augmenting many stylish features.
The Lancia Flavia saloon comes with a conservative Bright Black finish with polished metal features on the front bumper, door handles, side mirrors and boot lid. The interior has got dark leather cabin.
The Flavia convertible comes with a White Zenith exterior color offset by a Black Lava roof. It offers an Ivory White leather interior with black accents and beige Alcantara. The auto rides on 17-inch alloy wheels.
The other new features incorporated in the vehicle include new Lancia signature grille, fog lamps, and LED rear lighting. It also offers Bluetooth, electronic stability control, electronic traction control, multi-function steering wheel and six airbags.
Flavia will be available with Fiat’s 1.6-liter 105-hp (77-kW / 105-PS) MultiJet engine initially. This is mated to an automatic transmission.
Well, the manufacturer has plans to launch the vehicle with a manual transmission and other engine options. The Lancia Flavia is said to hit European showrooms later in 2011.