• Chrysler Ypsilon TwinAir

    You'll no doubt be familiar with the term 'platform sharing', a name given to basic automotive architecture that finds itself used on a variety of models in a range, or even across manufacturers. The basic underpinnings of a Volkswagen Golf can also be found under an Audi TT, A3, Volkswagen Jetta, Beetle and in Europe, several other vehicles. Even the visually unrelated Ford Fiesta and Mazda2 are similar under the skin. We think the biggest automotive mongrel resides in Europe's Chrysler range, though. "Chrysler" Ypsilon One is the Delta, a re-badged Lancia based on a similar Fiat platform to...

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