Lancia has recently released more official images with the Flavia Cabrio, in order to attract more customers into the brand.
The collaboration between Fiat and Chrysler has given birth to a few models for the Lancia brand and one of those models is the new Flavia Cabrio, which is basically a rebadged Chrysler 200, sold across the Old Continent. The Lancia Flavia Cabrio’s main competitor in Europe is the Audi A5 Cabrio, with the 1.8 liter TFSI engine, producing 170 HP, so if you had nearly 50,000 euros to spend on a D-segment convertible, be honest and tell us what would it be: a Lancia Flavia Cabrio or an Audi A5 Cabrio?
The Lancia Flavia Cabrio has been officially presented to the public earlier this year, during the Geneva Motor Show in March, and the model is being offered with a 2.4 liter engine, similar to the 1.8 TFSI used by Audi, producing 175 HP and 225 Nm of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Prices for the Lancia Flavia Cabrio start at 42,900 euros on the Old Continent and the model is being offered with this single engine, along with ESP, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, electrically operated roof, heated and electric mirrors, heated seats, adaptive headlights, navigation system, six-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system and alloy wheels.