The Chrysler-ification of Lancia is about to kick into high gear as the brand will unveil three rebadged models at the Geneva Motor Show.

Speaking with Automotive News, Fiat/Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed "The new Chrysler 200 will come - cabriolet included - to Europe as a Lancia, and Flavia is a very good hint as its possible name." It will be joined by the 300-based Thema and a Lancia version of the Chrysler Town & Country.

Besides the Chrysler derived models, Lancia will also unveil the redesigned Ypsilon. Details are limited, but the car will be based on the Fiat Panda and be offered in three- and five-door body styles.

The Ypsilon, Thema and Town & Country will go on sale later this year, while the Flavia will be launched in early 2012.

Gallery: Chrysler 200 to debut as Lancia Flavia in Geneva

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