TURIN — Lancia is developing a dramatic crossover vehicle to replace the once-popular Delta, and is set to preview the new model at this month's Paris auto show. The Nea concept car is a 2-door, 4-seat coupe, with sleek lines that belie its 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) height. Designed in-house to preview the 2003 Delta, the Nea was penned by Marco Tencone, the same stylist responsible for the Dialogos concept car. Lancia claims the Nea, known in-house as Tripmate, is Europe's first crossover ...

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