Flavia 1961 to 1975
Lancia Flavia 1961 to 1975
A long-lived design, the Flavia seemed to change appearance to match whichever era it was built in. Initially a Berlina (saloon) intended to sit below the expensive Flaminia models, it was later available as a popular coupe, and an unusually styled Zagato Sport model. Technically advanced when new, the car was continuously developed during its lifetime, inclusing a significant restyling and improvement in 1971, which saw the car renamed as the Lancia 2000.
Lancia Flavia (all models) 1961 to 1970 - Standard tyre is a 165R15 radial.
Lancia 2000 Saloon 1971 to 1975 - Standard tyre was a 175SR14 radial, with the option of a 185/70HR14 on a wider wheel.
Lancia 2000 Coupe 1971 to 1975 - Standard tyre was a 165HR15 radial, with the option of a 185/70HR15.