Lancia Augusta - 1933-1937Details click here
Lancia introduced its first small four-cylinder at the 1932 paris salon under the name augusta. Although this was an economy model, the tourinese firm had not made any concessions that wroulcl compromise quality. all the features which made the big lancia so distinctive are to be found in this new model, wrote journalist w.f. Bradley.
Lancia Flaminia Sportsuper Sport - 1959-1967Details click here
The sport and super sport lancia flaminias were two-seat fastback coupes specially bodied by zagato on a wheelbase that was 99-in. Shorter than the flaminia sedans or previous coupes. A total of 526 were made in three different versions, with the last capable of 130 mph.
Lancia Gamma Coupe - 1976-1983Details click here
Spare and elegant, lancias pininfarina-designed coupe was well-received when the new gamma was introduced at the 1976 geneva show to replace the flaminia. But the coupes design was better than the engine or interior finish of the hastily prepared gamma series.
Lancia Lambda - 1922-1931Details click here
The lancia lambda was one of the most advanced automobiles of its time, with a revolutionary overhead-cam v4 engine, a monocoque hull and independent front suspension. The result was outstanding handling, roadholding and comfort.
Lancia Stratos - 1974-1975Details click here
Its been called a ufo, a go-cart, and a flying wedge. but whatever else it is, the lancia stratos is fast. The car exploited some essential design knowledge: High horsepower plus low weight equals generous speed.