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Lancia Thema (Modern)

Lancia Thema (Modern) (Italy, 2011-present)

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The new Thema was launched in 2011 as a re-badged Chrysler 300C. It is sold in all European markets with the exception of the UK which decided to remain with the Chrysler brand.

The new generation has a rear-wheel drive, much more powerful than the previous generation.  The new Thema is available in two trim levels: Platinum & Gold.

The Platinum trim level features a top of the range 3.6-liter petrol engine, 22” wheels, a panoramic electronic sunroof, 21.3 cm touch SatNav screen, a 506 watt 9-speaker sound system, adaptive cruise control and a back-up camera along with about 65 other standard comfort and safety features.

Powering the Lancia Thema: 3.6-liter petrol “Pentastar” V6 making 292 hp mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox and two versions of a 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel, one making 190 horsepower, the other 224 hp. Both diesels make about 550 Nm of torque and are mated to a 5-speed automatic.  The top of the range petrol engine gets the Thema from 0 to 100 kph in 7.2 seconds. Top speed is 230 kph.  

There has been speculation about the possibility of adding a hybrid variant to Thema's line-up in 2012.



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