Lancia has showcased the world its stunning, 2011 model year Ypsilon Collection at the Bologna Motor Show. Packed with some appealing novelties on its exterior, interior and power compartment, the stylish eye-catcher is scheduled to hit first its home, Italian market (from February) and later other European countries.

The fashion-styled 2011 Ypsilon will be offered in two trims - Diva and Platinum, boasting distinctive plates on its body pillars and freshened color range, including 12 solid and 7 dual-tone body colors, two of which have matte finish. On the inside, the Lancia Ypsilon 2011 Collection is ready to please every passenger with exceptionally comfortable yet functional interior, as it utilizes flawless materials, adjustable seats and elegant color combinations. Exclusively for 2011, the basic Diva trim benefits from new black high-tech fabric called Tecnocity, while the Platinum top of the range version stands out for the upholstery made of leather and Castiglio, featuring a three-dimensional graphic composition with Lancia written in the middle of the seat.

In the terms of powering, three Euro 5 compliant engines are available to choose from: a 69 horsepower 1.2-liters petrol unit, a 77 horsepower bi-fuel (petrol/LPG) 1.4-liters plant, as well as a 75 horsepower 1.3-liters MultiJet with DPF. Both petrol engines estimate CO2 emissions of 114 g/km over a combined cycle, while the diesel unit records 109 g/km of CO2 emissions.

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