Lancia announced a couple of special editions of the Ypsilon hatchback for this year’s Geneva Motor Show. They are called S MOMODESIGN and Elefantino, and neither are very interesting, we’re afraid, because the Ypsilon itself is a very ugly version of the Fiat 500.
Anyway, the features. Lancia Ypsilon MOMODESING, designed in collaboration with the Italian brand, features matte black accenting on the hood, roof, side mirrors, and the tailgate to complement the exterior color, which can be chosen from Neve White, Vulcano Black, Argilla Red, Pietra Grey or Zaffiro Blue. You also have the choice of 15 and 16-inch wheels.
The interior is styled with sail fabric and grey stitching, plus yellow shade for the instruments.
As for the Elefantino, it pays homage to an old Lancia badge with its Turquoise paint job and chrome detailing. The same theme is applied to the interior. If you don’t dig the new color, you can also opt for a two-tone version mixed with black, or Sabbia Beige, Neve White, and Pietra Grey.
The engine lineup for both models include the 0.9 TwinAir with 85 PS, 1.2 liter with 69 PS, a 1.3 liter diesel with 95 PS or a 1.2 liter LPG.