In 1955, Pinin Farina unveiled the revolutionary “Florida”, with groundbreaking lines that paved the way for the next 20 years. Essentially, it was a prototype built on the Lancia Aurelia frame and acted as a forerunner to the subsequent Flaminia in 1957. The first prototype had only 2 doors but it was followed by 3 four-door, pillarless models with central door handles.
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1955 Lancia Florida
- Coachbuilder: Pinin Farina
- Chassis n°: B56S-1006
- Engine n°: B12-2746
Corrado Lopresto (IT)