Lancia Ypsilon now available for purchase

Max McDee, 20 March 2024

Italy's beloved Lancia Ypsilon is back and looking better than ever. And it's now available for purchase in both its all-electric and a mild-hybrid (MHEV) versions.

The initial batch is the Lancia Ypsilon Edizione Limitata Cassina is a collaboration between Lancia and Cassina, an Italian furniture design brand.

Lancia Ypsilon now in showrooms

The all-electric Lancia Ypsilon boasts a range of up to 250 miles (WLTP combined cycle) and a fast-charging capability that allows you to add 62 miles of range in 10 minutes of charging. The MSRP of this early batch starts at $42,921, which is rather ambitious on Lancia's part.

Lancia Ypsilon now in showrooms

The Ypsilon's mild-hybrid (MHEV) features a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder 100-horsepower hybrid engine paired with a 6-speed e-DCT automatic transmission. And it beats the EV version in the probably most important duel - it starts at a far more palatable $30,000.

Lancia Ypsilon now in showrooms

Lancia claims the Ypsilon is the only car in its segment to offer Level 2 Autonomous Driving as standard.

The Ypsilon availability opens the new chapter for Lancia, an era defined by bold electrification and an innovative vision for a sustainable future. With the kind of price it commands though we'd really be surprised if there was a rush to the showrooms.


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  • Anonymous

Oh no, not again.. 1.2 puretech :( They have only one petrol engine in stellantis or what?



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