The convertible version of the Lancia Flavia will be officially presented to the public at the upcoming 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.
The result of Fiat and Chrysler collaborating in order to improve their models can be seen by looking at the new Lancia Flavia Cabrio, which will make its debut next month, at the Geneva Motor Show, but what is mostly important on this drop-top is that this is actually the production version. Fiat and Chrysler have decided to give the green light on the production model of the Lancia Flavia Cabrio after the vehicle has been appreciated by the audience at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, when the car was presented in pre-production form.
Future owners of the Lancia Flavia Cabrio will be able to get their hands on the rebadged Chrysler 200 Convertible starting from next month, when the model has been scheduled to hit the European showrooms. The Lancia Flavia Cabrio will be powered at first by a 2.4 liter four-cylinder engine which will deliver a total output of 175 horsepower and a peak torque of 225 Nm. The unit will be mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The automaker is saying that the Lancia Flavia Cabrio will be offered in Italy with this single engine and in a single trim level, which will be pretty generous to offer features like the ESP, leather interior, automatic climate control, electrically operated roof, heated seats, heated mirrors, electric mirrors, adaptive headlights, navigation system, six-speaker Boston Acoustics audio system and alloy wheels.