Hide your wife, hide your kids! Lancia is under attack by rebadged Chryslers and the situation is getting pretty ugly.

Hide your wife, hide your kids! Lancia is under attack by rebadged Chryslers and the situation is getting pretty ugly.

First and foremost, the Thema is the brand's new flagship and is based on the Chrysler 300. It has revised styling and nicer interior with a Poltrona Frau leather dashboard, wood trim, and blue ambient lighting.

Under the hood, three V6 engines will be available. The 3.6-liter petrol produces 292 hp (218 kW / 296 PS), while the 3.0-liter diesel churns out 190 hp (142 kW / 193 PS) and 224 hp (167 kW / 227 PS). The petrol is connected to an eight-speed automatic, while the diesel is backed up by a five-speed auto.

No word on pricing, but the Thema will go on sale in October.

If you need something a little more spacious, the Grand Voyager is your answer. It is based on the Chrysler Town & Country and replaces the slow-selling Phedra. Styling changes are virtually non-existent but the cabin boasts Stow ‘n Go seats, a nine-speaker audio system, and a rear-seat entertainment system. Engine choices include the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with 292 hp (218 kW / 296 PS) as well as a 2.8-liter diesel that develops 163 hp (122 kW / 165 PS).

Lastly, the Flavia sedan and convertible are concepts based on the Chrysler 200. Specifications haven't been announced, but Lancia hints the cars "could be launched on European markets in record time" - possibility within the next six months.

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