Electric Lancia Ypsilon Cassina has been revealed

Limited edition 2024 Lancia Ypsilon Cassina, expected to be produced as a fully electric model, has been unveiled as ‘EDIZIONE LIMITATA CASSINA’.

Currently, all technical details about the vehicle have not been disclosed. The 2024 Lancia Ypsilon Cassina emerges as a special version designed in commemoration of the brand’s founding year. The striking design of the car particularly provides a spacious cockpit area in its interior. The round structure on the central console, positioned under a screen offering wireless charging support, has become one of the model’s standout features. Information shared about the production indicates that it will be limited and a total of 1,906 units will be produced.

Two different screens, situated side by side, feature a round piece called “Sala,” which is a special digital assistant for Lancia. While official technical details have not been shared, it is expected that the model will have a range of approximately 403 km with a 54 kWh battery capacity.

Among other shared details is that the vehicle is built on a single 156 HP electric motor. The model is specifically aimed at the European market, and it is anticipated that, depending on the demand generated by the limited edition version, it may also be released for general sales under the Ypsilon name.

The official introduction of the electric Ypsilon, open to the public, is set to take place on February 14, as announced by Lancia. The unveiling event is scheduled to happen in Milan, Italy.

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