Lancia Ypsilon HF 2025: will this be its design?

Francesco Armenio
Lancia Ypsilon HF 2025

Lancia Ypsilon HF 2025 will be the high-performance version of the new generation of the Lancia city car, scheduled to debut in 2025. This vehicle is expected to arrive about a year after the regular version of the Ypsilon, which is set to debut in the first quarter of 2024, with availability in dealerships around mid-next year. This will be the sportiest and top-of-the-line version of the model, which will be produced by Stellantis in Spain at the Figueruelas plant near the city of Zaragoza.

Here’s how the future Lancia Ypsilon HF 2025 might look

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Regarding the new Lancia Ypsilon HF 2025, it is said that this car may have a 240-horsepower engine, although it is not yet clear whether it will be a hybrid or a fully electric vehicle. On this matter, the Stellantis group has chosen not to commit at this time, confirming only the return of the legendary label, which will reappear in the lineup after many years. Most likely, we will also find it in other future Lancia cars, including the flagship Gamma, set to debut in 2026, and the new Lancia Delta, expected in 2028.

Lancia Ypsilon HF 2025 will be based on the CMP platform, just like the Opel Corsa and Peugeot 208. Its design will naturally be very similar to the regular version of the Lancia car, differing only in a few design elements aimed at giving it an even sportier look. Regarding the design of this future model, which could compete with rivals like the Toyota Yaris GR Sport, the French website L’Automobiles Magazine recently published a render that speculates on what the exterior appearance of this car is destined to play a significant role in Lancia’s future lineup, aiming to become a respected and recognized premium brand across Europe in the next decade.