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Autobianchi Y10

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Autobianchi Y10
Autobianchi and Lancia
aka Lancia Y10
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The Autobianchi / Lancia Y10 is a city car produced by the Italian automakers Autobianchi and Lancia from 1985 to 1996.

It was designed on the second-generation Fiat Panda floorpan, shortened by about 10 cm and with softer suspension settings. It offered a very high level of trim for its market segment.

Initially introduced in 1985 under the Autobianchi brand, using the FIRE engine in 1.0 and 1.1 L guises and Fiat's SOHC 1050 cc engine once used in the Autobianchi A112 Abarth and the Fiat 127's hottest version, this time turbocharged to produce 85 PS (62.5 kW) in the Y10 Turbo. Eventually, the Autobianchi badge was dropped in favour of Lancia's except in Italy; a textbook case of badge engineering. Along with the Autobianchi badge the turbocharged engine was dropped and a more refined, if slower, version topped the range, the 1.3 GT i.e., with 76 PS (56 kW).

It sold rather well, especially to women, for its unique style, luxurious trim and the continuously variable transmission that equipped certain versions. Its excellent aerodynamics, characterized by very clean lines and a Kammback, also provided great fuel economy.

See Wikicars' comprehensive Autobianchi Y10 Review.

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AUTOBIANCHI

The Fiat Group


Abarth | Alfa Romeo | Autobianchi | Ferrari | Fiat | Lancia | Innocenti | Maserati | Iveco | Chrysler | Dodge | Ram | Jeep


Bianchina · Stellina · Primula · A111 · A112 · Y10


Bianchi · Fiat · Pirelli · Edoardo Bianchi · Dante Giacosa


Bianchi, Fiat and Pirelli Corporate website A brand of the Fiat group



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LANCIA

The Fiat Group


Abarth | Alfa Romeo | Autobianchi | Ferrari | Fiat | Lancia | Innocenti | Maserati | Iveco | Chrysler | Dodge | Ram | Jeep


1907–1918: Alfa-12HP · Dialfa-18HP · Beta-15/20HP · Delta-20/30HP · Epsilon · Eta-30/50HP · Gamma-20HP · Theta-35HP · Zeta-12/15HP

1918-1945: Aprilia · Ardea · Artena · Astura · Augusta · Dilambda · Kappa · Dikappa · Lambda · Trikappa

1945-1980: Appia · Aurelia · Beta · D20 · D23 · D24 · D25 · D50 · Flaminia · Flavia · 2000 · Fulvia · Gamma · Montecarlo · Stratos HF

1980-2006: Dedra · Delta S4 · Kappa · LC1 · LC2 · Lybra · Prisma · Thema · Thema 8.32 · Trevi · Y10 · Ypsilon · Zeta · 037 (Group B)

Current models: Musa · Phedra · Thesis · Ypsilon · Delta

Rally cars: 037 · Stratos Rally Car · Delta HF Integrale Rally Car

Concept: Fulvia Concept · Delta HPE Concept · Stratos Zero Concept


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Vincenzo Lancia Corporate website A brand of the Fiat group


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