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Lancia has deep roots in rally racing, and has been owned by Fiat since 1969. Now a days Lancia builds mostly rebadged Fiat cars and sells them primarily in Italy.
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One of the most successful rally cars of all time in totally original condition. Continue Reading...
The 1980s were a wondrous time. Continue Reading...
Earlier reports of Lancia getting axed have been debunked by Chrysler spokesman Scott Brown, stating that those rumors are indeed false and that Lancia will continue on in Europe. Continue Reading...
Fiat–Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne made a series of significant announcements in a teleconference earlier today, not the least of which is the termination of the Lancia brand. Continue Reading...
The Lancia Stratos isn’t just one of the world’s rarest cars, but one with an iconic cult following like no other. In total, 492 Stratos are believed to have been built, with the majority of them being competition or Rally race cars. The Stradale variant of the Stratos was built for the street, a requirement… Continue Reading...
While past reports have suggested that the Dodge Avenger is dead, speculation has apparently been a bit premature. Chrysler/Fiat have plans for a number of new cars in the future including the introduction of new midsize sedans which will update the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger for 2013. The new Avenger and 200 will be… Continue Reading...
Chrysler is getting some Italian style thanks to former Ferrari designer Lorenzo Ramaciotti, 63, who will now be lending a hand at Chrysler and Lancia. Ramciotti was lured out of retirement to head up the project, which aims for a common design language for the two brands. “We are trying to find an international language, which… Continue Reading...