Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary going to Geneva image

The Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary has been officially announced for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

Lancia is currently celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Ypsilon and what better way of doing just that than by releasing a new special edition of the model, generic which will be officially presented to the public at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, in a premiere, next week. The model in question has been called the Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary and it has received the Ultramarine Blue exterior finish, the 15-inch alloy wheels, the chrome exhaust tip, the optional black tailgate and several other goodies which should put some distance between it and the regular model and should attract more customers into it.

The brand new Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary has received features such as the manual climate control, the ESC stability system, the Blue&Me technology, radio / CD / MP3, multi function steering wheel, the elegant black or beige Castiglio Fabric linings and more. As far as the engine lineup goes, this will include the 1.2 liter Fire EVO II with 69 HP (50 kW), the 1.2 liter Fire EVO II LPG with the 69 HP (50 kW), the 0.9L TwinAir with 85 HP (62 kW), the 0.9L Methane Turbo TwinAir rated at 80 kW (58 kW) and the 1.3 liter MutliJet II producing 95 HP (69 kW). More details on the new Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary are limited at this time and we have no clue at the moment when this will be offered for sale or how much it will cost.