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Novelty – the third Lancia Ypsilon teaser with technology details

Novelty – the third Lancia Ypsilon teaser with technology details

mid Gro-Gerau – The home serves as a central control unit for the sound and air conditioning as well as the ambient lighting. Lancia/Stellantis

When the new Lancia Ypsilon is presented in February 2024, the innovative technology will also celebrate its premiere. The futuristic model from the traditional Italian brand offers an entertainment system called SALA.

When the new Lancia Ypsilon is presented in February 2024, the innovative technology will also celebrate its premiere. The futuristic model from the traditional Italian brand offers an entertainment system called SALA.

On the one hand, the abbreviation stands for Sound Air Light Augmentation. On the other hand, “sala” means living room in Italian – and thus describes the comfort that passengers feel on board the new Lancia Ypsilon. You can feel at home even when you are on the go.

“SALA is an intuitive and easy-to-use technology typical of Lancia. SALA centralizes the audio, climate control and ambient lighting functions. This allows the system to change the mood of the interior with the simple push of a button.” explains Luca Napolitano, CEO of the Lancia brand.

Lancia has now published the first detailed image of the SALA system. You can see the system’s two high-resolution displays. The process is similar to that of a modern smartphone. The home page acts as a central control for sound and air conditioning as well as ambient lighting.

The new Lancia Ypsilon will be launched in February 2024 in a special limited model. The Lancia Ypsilon Cassina Limited Edition is 100 percent electrically powered. The number of units is limited to 1,906 units, in reference to the founding history of the Lancia brand.

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