Lancia Gamma Berlina
The Lancia Gamma Berlina was a four-door executive car produced by Italian auto maker Lancia from 1976 to 1984. Introduced as Lancia's flagship vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show, it filled the void in Lancia's lineup left by the discontinuation of the Flaminia. This rare classic is characterized by its Pininfarina-designed fastback styling, regular boot (rather than a hatchback as may be suggested by its looks), and large four-cylinder engine, which has been compared with that of the Citroen CX.
The model name "Gamma" derives from the third letter of the Greek alphabet, as Greek letters were also used to denote Lancia models prior to 1945. The Gamma features the lower-case gamma sign on multiple badges both inside and outside.
The model came with two engine options: a 2.0-liter and a 2.5-liter. Both were flat-fours and were offered with either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission. The car was designed to be front-wheel drive. The 2.5-liter engine also came in an I.E. (injection electronic) fuel-injected version. The engine specs are as follows:
- 2.0 L carburetor 8v SOHC flat-4 - 1999 cc, 115 PS (85 kW)
- 2.5 L carburetor 8v SOHC flat-4 - 2484 cc, 140 PS (103 kW)
- 2.5 L I.E. 8v SOHC flat-4 - 2484 cc, 140 PS (103 kW)
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