Italy’s Lancia car brand planning its return to European car market

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Celebrated automobile brand Lancia is limbering up to start selling cars outside of Italy from 2024 onwards The marque plans a comeback with three electric vehicles, starting with an electrified version of the Ypsilon runabout to be followed by a zero-emission Delta hatchback and an unnamed crossover. Lancia is one of Italy’s most famous car brands and became a part of Fiat in 1969. It is now owned by the Franco-Italian-American Stellantis group. No Lancia models have been offered outside Italy since 2015 and the brand’s only badged product is the combustion engine Ypsilon which has been selli…

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