You might remember the Chrysler-badged Delta hatchback that made a surprise appearance at the Detroit motor show in 2010. After almost a year, the Chrysler Group has presented the final production version, a model which enters the British market bearing Chrysler’s range and brings no significant changes comparing to the Lancia model. In fact, the American company decided to sell the models under the Chrysler brand in the UK, the new Delta being scheduled to hit the British showrooms later this year.
At this time, there are no details about the U.S.-spec Delta, but the British customers will get the Chrysler Delta which benefits only from different logos over the original Lancia. It will come with a choice of two 1.4-liter units delivering 120HP and 140HP, and 120HP 1.6-liter or 200HP 2.0-liter turbo diesels delivering up to 61.4mpg UK combined (equal to 51.1mpg US or 4.6lt/100km) and emissions as low as 120g/Km.
Pricing for the new Chrysler Delta is still unknown but keep in mind that the model should enter the market this year and more details should be on their way to us, so stay tuned for more details.