Few of us have lived to enjoy the legendary Lancia Ypsilon on the roads, back in the good all days, and now the Italian carmaker is ready to launch the new Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary, as a tribute to 30 years of extraordinary existence on the market.
Surely, along the way, the model has revived from the ashes, coming with an evolutionary design and interesting features. Speaking about design, one might depict the Ultramarine Blue body finish, the 15-inch alloy wheels, the black tailgate coming as optional, or the chrome exhaust tip.
The new Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary is also updated inside, the cabin now tweaking the manual climate control, along with other worth-mentioning high-tech gizmos, like the Blue&Me technology, the multi-functioning steering wheel, all complemented by the black or beige Castiglio Fabric linings and a few more.
To close up the beautiful presentation, the Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary will be equipped with some interesting powertrains, like the 1.2-liter Fire EVO II, developing 69 horsepower, the 1.2-liter Fire EVO II LPG, with the same 69 horsepower, the 0.9-liter TwinAir unit with 85 horsepower or the higher 1.3-liter MultiJet engine, developing 95 horsepower. The pricing details will be perhaps revealed next week, at the long-expected 2015 Geneva Motor Show.