Before the Fiat takeover, Lancia was able to introduce a model that combined crisp Italian styling, capable performance, and advanced technology in a light and lithe package. That model, the Fulvia, was introduced in 1963 at the Geneva Motor Show and continued in production for years after Fiat took control of ailing Lancia. It was designed by Antonio Fessia and intended as a replacement for the Lancia Appia.

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