The new Lancia Ypsilon: preliminary information on the range of engines

The new Lancia Ypsilon: preliminary information on the range of engines

New Lancia Ypsilon it will start during the first quarter of 2024 and we will probably see the first pictures at the end of 2023. About this model in recent days we learned that this car will be produced in Spain at the Stellantis plant in Figueruelas near the city of Zaragoza. Together for Peugeot 208 and Opel Corsa. Its mass production will begin in April 2024, and approximately 60 thousand units of the car will be produced annually.

Important information about the range of engines of the new Lancia Ypsilon

The new Lancia Ypsilon will be a 4 m long car with a more masculine and elegant style to appeal to a wider public. The car will bring the Lancia brand back to Europe with markets in key countries such as Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Holland and Belgium. About this car we also learned some information about the range of engines. It was number one like spear, director general Luca Napolitano to make this statement. The CEO said that in the new Lancia car range there will be space for electric and hybrid engines. Among the hybrids Napolitano clearly named 48 Volt mini hybrid. So this is very important information as it greatly narrows the field of theory.

In fact, within the range of engines of the Stellantis group we find two light hybrids: 136 bhp 1.2 PureTech introduced for the first time with the Peugeot 3008 and 5008 e 130 bhp 1.5 Used for Jeep Renegade. Considering that the new Lancia Ypsilon will use the CMP platform, the most likely hypothesis is that the propulsion solution that will be adopted for this car will be the first. The electric engine, on the other hand, will be the same as many other models of Stellantis with a power of 156 horses, 400 kilometers of autonomy and a. 54 kWh.