Lancia is teasing the interior of the Ypsilon, pretending we haven’t seen it before

The rebirth of Lancia is just weeks away redesigned Ypsilon will be revealed in February. It can’t come soon enough, as the brand has been hanging in the balance for the better part of a decade.

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The stakes are high and Lancia has released another trailer that offers us a look at the all-new SALA (Sound Air Light Augmentation) infotainment system. It is designed to be “intuitive and easy” as users can interact with it by touching the screen or by voice.

The name is more than just an acronym, as “SALA” means living room in Italian, and this reflects the company’s aim to make users “feel at home wherever they go”. Lancia He’s not going into many specifics at this point, but we’re told to expect two high-resolution displays as well as fully customizable widget-centric software. We can also see an illuminated orb on top of the dashboard. which gives off an Amazon Echo vibe.

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Although there is not much to see, previous spy photos revealed that the Ypsilon will have a freestanding digital instrument cluster located behind the flat-bottomed steering wheel. To the right is the widescreen infotainment system, which includes several dedicated controls.

Further down is a row of physical cabinets as well as a tray table. It is expected to house a wireless smartphone charger on its raised platform.

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Lancia didn’t go into many specifics, but has previously confirmed that the Ypsilon will launch in 2024 with both hybrid and hybrid powertrains. electric drive units. The first model out of the gate will be the electric Ypsilon Cassina Edition, which will be limited to 1,906 units.

While the company is keeping details under wraps, Pu+Ra HPE concept it used “technology modules” from the new Ypsilon including the engine, battery, suspension and brakes. That being said, rumors suggested that the electric variant would have a 154 PS (115 kW / 156 hp) motor and a 51 kWh battery that would provide a range of around 248 miles (400 km).

We’ll know more early next year, but Lancia has big plans for the future, including a lineup that consists of three all-new models. Ypsilon will arrive first in 2024 and the other two will follow in 2026 and 2028.

Spy photo: Baldauf for CarScoops