A badge-engineered Chrysler Sebring spin-off will debut as a new mid-size Lancia, which may be called Aprilia. The car will be sold in four-seat convertible and four door sedan variants, and also imported from the USA. The Aprilia/Sebring will be followed in 2015 by all-new version based on Fiat's own C/D-segment platform matrix.
New Lancia Musa (small minivan) debuts. May be called Flavia, and is based on the Fiat Grande Punto B-architecture. This is a Europe-only model and there is no Chrysler variant planned at this time, although this could change as soon as Detroit needs additional fuel-efficient products.
A modified Chrysler Town & Country components set will form the basis for the next-generation Lancia Phedra minivan. The Phedra will be made in the USA and exported to Europe.
Tentative plans call for a new Lancia sports car, which may resurrect the name Flaminia. It would be based on a new mid-size, rear-wheel-drive platform to be shared with a proposed Alfa Romeo 4C, a Chrysler Crossfire replacement and a baby Viper that Dodge chief Ralph Gilles hints could adopt the Copperhead name from the 1997 Dodge concept. For now, though, the program is in limbo due to financial constraints.
A new jointly developed global C-platform that will underpin a replacement for the Dodge Journey and provide a new small Chrylser model in the U.S. will also be used for a Lancia Delta replacement. The program, which is expected to spawn innovative bodystyles like a sporty crossover and a five-door coupe may be pushed back to 2014, however.
The Chrysler 300-based Aurelia facelift will be handled by Chrysler.