Lancia 2000 HF
The Lancia 2000 is a series of automobiles produced by Lancia between 1971 and 1975. Designed by Lancia engineers prior to the marquee’s acquisition by Fiat the 2000 was, in both the sedan and coupe.
The coupe was an evolution of the Series II Flavia Coupe whose shape was penned by Pininfarina. The cosmetic changes to the 2000 Coupé were largely confined to a new grille (matte black instead of chrome) with headlamps incorporated into the now wider intake, new bumpers with rubber strips, and the tail was shorn of its vestigial tailfins, with a raised and squared decklid.
The interior did not undergo significant changes, merely refinement of the previous design. The powerplant was adopted from the 2000 sedan and available in two states of tune: the carbureted 2000 Coupe and the fuel-injected 2000 Coupe HF. The HF was recognizable by the body-side rub-strip, and alloy wheels. Both versions had a 5-speed manual transmission.
Source: Wikipedia, 2011