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Lancia announced that the EV hatchback will offer a range of 403km (250 miles).  This means it uses the same 51kWh battery as the Peugeot e-208 and Vauxhall Corsa Electric, resulting in a 0-62mph time of 8.2sec and a top speed of 93mph. It also has the ability to charge from 20% to 80% in 24 minutes.

The firm has partnered with Italian furniture maker Cassina to make the initial edition of the Ypsilon; it was responsible for the design of the interior and exterior colours. 

It has ribbed velvet seats with a cannelloni motif, a small table protruding from the dashboard, a flat-bottomed steering wheel trimmed in leather and black plastic and Stellantis’s new Sound Air Light Augmentation (Sala) infotainment system.

This uses fully customisable widgets that are depicted on two standard screens as standard, with the homepage serving as a centralised control panel allowing the driver to choose how they want to communicate with the car, whether it be by touching a button or by their voice.

Prices for the Ypsilon also haven’t yet been detailed, but we expect the limited-run model to be priced higher than the equivalent Peugeot and Vauxhall, which cost from £31k and £32k. The brand has confirmed that the car will be sold in European countries such as Spain, France, the Netherlands, and Belgium, however it is yet to confirm a UK entrance.

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