Lancia Ypsilon DFN 2004 posters

Lancia Ypsilon DFN

The Lancia Ypsilon (Type 843) was introduced in 2003 to access the Lancia range. It was designed to cater to the needs of a young, predominantly female audience and eventually became the best-selling vehicle in the Lancia range with an annual production of around 60,000 units. Initially, it was assembled at the Fiat plant in Melfi, but in June of 2005, production was moved to be constructed at the Termini Imerese Palermo plant in Sicily. The Ypsilon has a three-door body of about 3.78 meters in length, which is loosely based off of the historic Lancia Ardea. The front of the Ypsilon is identified by a large chrome grille with raised lobes on the upper half, accompanied by lights at the ends of the front arch with the bumpers featuring a unique painted fascia. Fog lights are a feature of the higher-end versions, while a coat of chrome lies atop the trim and glazing frames of the top-spec models. At the rear of the car, the boot has a slightly smaller size with the headlights vertically oriented and integrated within the fenders, culminating towards the bumper where the license plate sits atop a chromed fascia. The Ypsilon uses a shortened version of the Fiat Punto (188) B platform, with a transverse front-mounted engine and front-wheel drive. The front independent suspensions are MacPherson struts with stabilizers, while the rear features a semi-independent torsion beam suspension. Ventilated discs are featured in the front, with optional four disc brakes available through Sport MomoDesign, as well as a stiffened suspension and trim. ABS systems with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and electric power steering system are standards, with an optional traction and electronic stability control available.

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