VIENNA – Volume production of the next-generation Lancia Ypsilon is under way at the Fiat Auto Poland plant based in Tychy. The new Ypsilon, unveiled at this year’s Geneva auto show, will go on sale in June across key European markets and in September under the Chrysler badge in the U.K. and Ireland. Plans call for the production of the first 2,500 cars destined for customers this month and 5,000 in June, supplier sources say. The Polish factory is expected to manufacture some ...

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