Lancia Ypsilon Sport Concept car 2005 posters

Lancia Ypsilon Sport Concept car

First introduced in 2003, the Lancia Ypsilon (Type 843) was designed to meet the needs of a young audience. Quickly becoming the best-selling car in the Lancia range, the Ypsilon saw annual production of about 60,000 units. Initially assembled at the Fiat plant in Melfi, in June 2005 production shifted to the plant in Termini Imerese Palermo in Sicily. The three-door car stands about 3.78 meters long and boasts a large chrome grille with lobes at the top. The lighting is placed at each end of the front arch, featuring bumpers with a coating applied to the fascia and fog lights (on higher models). The car's sides feature a prominent rib with chrome-plated glazing frames. The back has vertically-oriented headlamps that culminate in the bumper and are incorporated into the fenders, with a small-sized tailgate that slightly limits visibility. The frame of the Ypsilon is a shortened version of the B platform first used in the Fiat Punto (188) and later adopted by the Fiat Idea and Lancia Musa. It houses a transverse front-mounted engine, with front wheel drive, MacPherson strut front suspension with stabilizer bar and tandem torsion beam suspension at the rear. Sport MomoDesign also offers stiffened four-disc brakes, suspension and trim for other models. All cars come with powere steering, anti-wheel drive lock (ABS), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and the option of an electronic stability and traction control.

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