Lancia has released fresh images with its updated Ypsilon range.
The 2016 Lancia Ypsilon is being placed into the spotlights once more, after making its debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, this time with the release of some fresh images. The supermini is now getting ready to arrive at dealerships in select European markets and it has received a slightly revised exterior design, a tweaks cabin and a series of updated engines, which are now meeting the Euro 6 emission standards.
The updated Lancia Ypsilon is going to be offered in three versions, upon its launch, the Silver, the Gold and the Platinum, and it is bringing a new and smaller front grille, a new front bumper and two shades, named the Blu di Blu and the Ivory Chic. In its cabin, the carmaker has brought new fabrics for the upholstery, new gear lever knob, easier to read graphics on the instrument panel, a new center tunnel, improved storage space and better comfort.
On the range-topping version, the carmaker is adding goodies such as the voice control, the steering wheel controls, the 5-inch touch screen and the UconnectTM infotainment system, amongst others. As far as the engine lineup goes, two petrol units and a diesel burner will be added to the range. These include the 1.2 liter manual 69 PS petrol, the 0.9 liter TwinAir Turbo automatic 85 PS petrol and the 1.3 liter MultiJet II 93 PS diesel. There are also two frugal versions, the 1.2L LPG / petrol 69 PS and the 0.9 liter TwinAir Turbo CNG / petrol.