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Anyone Ever Hear Of The "lancia Delta"?

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Hey guys! Last night my girlfriend and i went to see a movie, "Letters to Juliet", a love story set in present day Italy. Although i didn't really appreciate the story line, there was one thing that got my attention. Throughout the entire movie, one of the characters was driving this very interesting looking hatchback/SUV. I had NEVER seen this car before and i couldn't make out the badging, so the second i got home i researched it. I googled, "black suv letters to juliet" and found out the identity to the mysterious car- a Lancia Delta.

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Apparently it's Italian, and not sold in the US. Although in my research i found some stories that Lancia/Fiat is merging with Chrysler, and that this car may soon be sold in the US under the Chrysler name...

It sort of looks like the Nissan Murano/ Infiniti FX. I really like it! This is what i thought the new RX would have looked like...

What do you guys think? Here are some more pics...

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Lancia were famous for the lancia delta integrale, however, any other car they made fell to bits or rotted away.

I have been in a few Lancia's over the years and although some were great performers, they were riddled with problems.

interesting to see them reappear

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Looks pretty slick!

Yeah I was going to say I know of the Integrale. But thats it.

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I wish they'd start producing them in the US, i'd like to see them on the road <_<

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