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Author Topic: New Lancia Delta integrale?  (Read 700 times)
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Rob
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« on: 03 July, 2015, 10:53:43 PM »

Just looking on the web for all things lancia related, as you do! And noticed a report from Autocar saying that top management within the Fiat / Chrysler would like to see a modern reinterpration of the legendary Lancia Delta integrale!!!  Grin. I wonder if they have seen the images on www.angelogranata.com that were mentioned in this months Viva Lancia? It's very unlikely that anything will come of it as Sergio Marchionne has run out of patience with the marque but I thought I would send him an email to let him know how much we would all like to see a new Delta integrale. His email address is Sergio.Marchionne@fiatgroup.com if you fancy doing the same  Wink.

Cheers, Rob
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« Reply #1 on: 03 July, 2015, 11:07:43 PM »

Good for you Rob!

All we need then is a Fulvietta together with continuing the popular Ypsilon and the marque will have an interesting and very desirable range to choose from. Probably should have something larger in the range too to replace the Thema / 300C. I doubt however that RHD will be an option.
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« Reply #2 on: 03 July, 2015, 11:21:48 PM »

Just looking on the web for all things lancia related, as you do! And noticed a report from Autocar saying that top management within the Fiat / Chrysler would like to see a modern reinterpration of the legendary Lancia Delta integrale!!!  Grin. I wonder if they have seen the images on www.angelogranata.com that were mentioned in this months Viva Lancia? It's very unlikely that anything will come of it as Sergio Marchionne has run out of patience with the marque but I thought I would send him an email to let him know how much we would all like to see a new Delta integrale. His email address is Sergio.Marchionne@fiatgroup.com if you fancy doing the same  Wink.

Cheers, Rob
Rob,
Don't know about Marchionne running out of patience with the marque, it's been his decisions that have led to the Marques decline, and seemed very much from day one that he was determined to kill Lancia off. Angry
Anything else just sounds like a good excuse.

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