Fiat Chrysler and Mopar are launching a new heritage parts range, and the first vehicle to benefit from it will be the Lancia Delta Integrale.
The Lancia Delta Integrale is the first car to benefit from FCA’s new Heritage division, which makes parts using original equipment.
The Italian-American and French automakers have confirmed they are working towards a 50/50 merger and result in the world’s fourth largest carmaker.
So, something funny has happened, the Lancia Ypsilon, a city car sold only in Italy, has outsold the Alfa Romeo range in Europe so far during 2019.
In 2011, Fiat Chrysler eliminated the Chrysler brand on the European mainland, meaning that the Chrysler Voyager became the Lancia Voyager.
The Lancia Alpha, originally Type 51, was the company’s first car, and had a 28hp (21kW) 2.5-liter I4 engine and 4-speed manual.
From 1911 to 2007, the Lancia badge stuck a familiar theme centered on a flag with the company’s name. The original 1907 and current logo are exceptions.
Among automotive enthusiasts Lancia is one of those fading, but still fondly remember brands, but who or what is named after?
With a 2-liter turbocharged I4, four-wheel drive, and a successful career in rallying, the Lancia Delta Integrale is a legend of the late 80s/early 90s.
The 1998 Lancia Dialogos was a large luxury sedan concept that eventually morphed into the 2001 Thesis, minus the frameless windows and suicide doors.