Lancia to Present Final Version of Chrysler-Based Flavia Cabrio in Geneva, goes on Sale in March

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At last year's Geneva Motor Show, Lancia previewed its adopted models from the Chrysler brand in pre-production form, and now the Italians are returning to the…scene of the crime at the 2012 edition of the Swiss salon to debut the final version of the Flavia Cabrio before it goes on sale across Europe in late March.

We're not sure where Lancia gets its feedback from, but in the company's own words, the Flavia Cabrio enjoyed "critical and public success at the most prestigious motor shows".

In any case, the Lancia-badged Chrysler 200 Convertible will be offered in Europe with a 2.4-liter inline-four with 175-horses and 225Nm of peak torque linked to a standard 6-speed automatic transmission.

There will only be one well-equipped model fitted with alloy wheels, electronic stability control (ESC), a full leather interior, automatic climate control, electrically operated soft top, keyless entry, heated and electrically adjustable seats and door mirrors, automatic headlamps, navigation system and a high-end Boston Acoustics Sound System that include 6 speakers and a 40GB hard disk as standard.