Caught out in the snowy wilderness of Sweden was Lancia's latest Ypsilon in the process of undergoing its winter testing. The Ypsilon is Lancia's subcompact entry in Europe whose aim is to cater to those who want a very small car with style and upscale appeal. The current Ypsilon is offered with a selection of small and efficient engines that can make less than 100-horsepower. There are only a few noticeable things we can see from the spy shots of the Ypsilon.
From the spy shots we can see that the new Ypsilon may keep the pulled forward tail lights that can be seen on the Lancia Delta and the last-generation Nissan Murano. We can also see that the roof meets the rear windshield at a less abrupt angle. No word on the Ypsilon being offered in the U.S., but you can always go for Lancia owner Fiat's 500. Photos courtesy of Motor Trend.