Lancia is an Italian car manufacturer and a subsidiary of FCA Italy S.p.A., currently a division of Stellantis. The current legal entity Lancia was established in January 2007 when its parent company reorganized its operations. The brand is known for its rich rally heritage and technical innovations such as the 1922 Lambda unibody chassis and five-speed gearbox.
These rumors were credible, as Lancia models until then shared common parts with Fiat and Alfa Romeo models, which were imported, sold and maintained by the existing dealer network. A small number of Lancia models were previously sold in Japan, such as the Fulvia, Stratos and Delta. Curent few production models have been sold under the Chrysler brand, such as the Ypsilon.
The leaders went on to test the models Gamma Coupe, Fulvia Coupe, Aprilia, Montecarlo, Beta Coupe, HPE, Stratos, Delta Integrale Evo II and Thema. During the review, they also stated that Lancia made the most beautiful cars, even though they were unreliable. Lancia sponsored the Venice Film Festival for five years, until the end of 2012, with the Lancia Thema used to transport the stars to the festival. Lancia sponsored the ninth and eleventh World Summit of Nobel Peace Prize recipients.