Lancia introduced the Ypsilon Ecochic Methane to the Italian market in 2012. It’s popularity is such that the Italian automobile manufacturer, part of the FCA Group, decided to introduce three new contemporary reinterpretations — Elefantino Blu, Gold and Platinum — in February this year. To entice buyers, the new Ypsilon Ecochic was launched coupled with a short-term financial incentive.
The Lancia Ypsilon is a urban-friendly supermini manufactured by Italian automaker Lancia, and is the marque’s sole product offered for commercial sale. Inclusive of all fuels, it was the best-selling car in the B segment in 2016 and 2017 and the second best-selling car in Italy after the Fiat Panda, in the same period. With 2,900,000 cars sold, it has revolutionized the B segment.
The launch offer started at € 9,500 already complete with everything, with Menomille (tr. less-a-thousand) financing through the FCA Bank and the ability to customize the supermini with numerous free packs.
For over thirty years, Lancia Ypsilon has seduced researchers of originality and character, sophisticated and cool drivers, quality and innovation appraisers. It is the best-selling car in the B segment in 2016 and 2017 and the second best-selling car in Italy after the Fiat Panda, in the same period. With 2,900,000 cars sold, it has revolutionized the B segment.
The new Ypsilon range is an exclusive ‘special series’ marked by three colours and styles. Each version has a strong and distinctive identity, immediately recognizable both for the interiors and for the exteriors.
Euro 6 Ecochic
The new Ypsilon Ecochic is a bi-fuel (petrol and methane) vehicle equipped with a twin-cylinder 0.9 TwinAir 80 HP which complies with Euro 6 regulations. From the point of view of size, the new car retains its qualities of compactness and versatility: 3.84 m length, wheelbase of 2.39 m, width 1.68 m and height 1.52 m high, plus five doors for maximum practicality.
Source: FCA Group – Lancia Automobiles S.p.A.