From Lancia press: Exploring the potential of the Lancia-Chrysler alliance, the Geneva motor show unveils the original Lancia Flavia Concept - a D segment saloon and convertible - which embraces the stylistic features of the Italian manufacturer, giving a unique interpretation of the Chrysler 200 model which could be launched on European markets in record time (production could start in just 6 months).
In terms of length, height and width, the Lancia Flavia Concept (saloon and convertible) is at the top of segment D, guaranteeing exceptional roominess and on-board comfort. In particular, the exterior design of the Lancia Flavia Concept is characterised by clean surfaces and elegant lines, as well as a distinctive new grille emblazoned with the Lancia logo and original front headlights and fog lights. Adding to the stylish exterior look are LED tail lights and the third brake light, also with LED technology, positioned high up in the centre of the boot. Also, the convertible model features a refined soft top with electric control.
In keeping with the goal of offering unparalleled comfort, the Lancia Flavia Concept saloon features a soundproofed passenger compartment which benefits from laminated windscreen and windows, as well as new sound absorbing materials present throughout the vehicle for outstanding quietness and comfort. The convertible version also boasts plenty of space to accommodate four adults comfortably.
Both configurations of Lancia Flavia Concept are characterised by interiors in fine leather, confirming the world-renowned signature Lancia quality, and by an extensive array of equipment with impressive features as standard: from electronic stability control (ESC), numerous airbags (multi-stage front, side and window bags) and electronic traction control to a steering wheel with integrated controls for completely safe management of radio, cruise control and mobile phone.