At the Bologna Motor Show, Lancia has showcased its all-new Musa 5th Avenue concept, an exceptionally luxurious minivan that builds-on the stylish, famous Lancia Musa. Fitted with even more comfort, elegance and exclusivity, the all-new Lancia Musa 5th Avenue has the agility of a normal city car yet boasts the spaciousness and class of a true limousine.

In its outer dress, the newly styled concept highlights new headlamps and black rear-view mirrors which, on the one hand reflect the latest market trends, and on the other hand emphasize the family feeling shared by other Lancia models.

Under the bonnet, a bi-fuel, Euro 5, 1.4-liters petrol/LPG power unit with maximum output of 77 horsepower (57 Kw) at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 115 Nm (11.7 kgm) at 3000 revs estimates a 0-100 km/h sprint time of 13.5 seconds, while accelerating to its top speed of 163 km/h. Besides the 77 horsepower 1.4 bi-fuel (petrol/LPG) engine, the 5th Avenue special series Musa is also available with a 1.3-liters Multijet powerplant with 95 horsepower packed standard with Start&Stop system.

Inside the roomy cabin, the Lancia Musa 5th Avenue is a real seducer, it utilizes top-quality Poltrona Frau leather trim on the dashboard and seats, which has a distinctive "capitonne" effect (a form of padding crafted entirely by hand and until now reserved for the most sophisticated furnishings).

The new Lancia Musa 5th Avenue further benefits from dual zone climate control, privacy windows, radio CD MP3  player with steering wheel controls, fog lights, ESP, rain and brightness sensors, cruise control, parking sensor, GranLuce sunroof, electric rear windows and sleek 16-inch lightweight alloys.

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