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Lancia Releases Another Teaser Image Of Its New Ypsilon

Lancia enthusiasts and automotive aficionados alike have been eagerly awaiting the unveiling of the much-anticipated new Lancia Ypsilon, set to grace the stage in Milan this coming February. With recent teaser images released, a glimpse into the design ethos and innovative features of the Lancia Ypsilon Cassina Limited Edition—the vanguard model of Lancia’s bold foray into the world of all-electric vehicles—has been unveiled. The curtain has been pulled back on a meticulously crafted rear design, showcasing the car’s signature round LED rear lights. Inspired by the iconic Lancia Stratos, these lights evoke the spirit of Lancia’s storied rally history while … (read full article...)

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Is this just another Coachwork Exercise? It’s like Lee is back from the grave making the same middling vehicles with Coachwork the primary difference. It’s suppose that is inevitable given that drivetrains are destined to come from only a few vendors and the primary work OEMs will be doing is Coachwork and integration. Automobiles as entering the appliance era.
 

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Is this just another Coachwork Exercise? It’s like Lee is back from the grave making the same middling vehicles with Coachwork the primary difference. It’s suppose that is inevitable given that drivetrains are destined to come from only a few vendors and the primary work OEMs will be doing is Coachwork and integration. Automobiles as entering the appliance era.
CMP, too.
 

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Coach Matt Painter?
Common Modular Platform. This one was supposed to go away with the advent of the STLA platforms, but it hasn't. The reason for this situation is Dongfeng helped develop the CMP platform along with the electric power-train bits to go along with it. Perhaps CMP also means Chinese Made Parts.
 

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Coachwork Mangled Produuct….. the Alfa is Hideous at least the Avenger looks the part
 

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