Lancia Delta with Chrysler logo was presented at Detroit
Chrysler stand in Detroit presented a special version of Lancia Delta, which bears the logo of the American manufacturer.
As you know, Fiat-Chrysler alliance will produce a series of models developed by a manufacturer that will be marketed with the logo of other brands belonging to the consortium. To illustrate some of the changes that take place in the Fiat-Chrysler alliance Americans from Chrysler had a Lancia Delta with Chrysler logo. Compact Delta was present at the Detroit Auto Show with a changed front grille, along with Chrysler logo located inside and outside.
Although Chrysler Delta will not be sold too soon on the market in the United States of America, it exemplifies the changes that take place in the ranges of the two manufacturers in the alliance. We can expect to receive the logo of Alfa Romeo models when Dodge will be sold in the U.S., and Dodge models receive similar treatment in Europe.
Chrysler version of Lancia Delta is a concept car but is a model ready for production. Most likely, this is the form in which the Fiat-Chrysler alliance Delta model will sell in Europe since 2011. If Chrysler Delta will be marketed in the U.S. market, it could suffer because the do not offer a similar level to that of compactor American space, which might not be very attractive for the typical American consumer.