Was Lancia Lybra 2.0 Comfortronic discontinued after 2001? Most probably. If so this can be quite a rare version.
109.424.0.0 BN 2000 20V 155CV 114KW E2 C.A. LX
109.964.0.0 SW 2000 20V 155CV 114KW E2 C.A. LX
no Euro3, no MY.2001.
Production probably 1998-2000.
Also not a single car for sale with automatic transmission after 2001 and only a handful from hundreds for sale at the moment.
The automatic Aisin-Warner gearbox (50-40 type) AW 30510 most probably.
New performance table on wikipedia, collecting all the important performance data on Kappa saloon, SW and Coupé.
Still couple of missing data that will be corrected soon.
Lancia Kappa on Wikipedia
The 8C Competizione (production) has a unique platform that shares several components with the Maserati Granturismo and MC Stradale.
The engine was dry sump.
– Centro Documentazione AR.
Why is this important?
Some claim that 8C Competizione was based on Maserati GranSport, but in fact it wasn’t.
Alfa Romeo GTV Alfa Corse japanese limited edition was also available in 601 Nero
Some sources show that Quattroporte IV Evoluzione was available with 2.0 V6 engine, when in fact Ferrari management dropped it for couple reasons. Firstly to upscale the whole marque and secondly to distance it’s reputation from the 2.0 Biturbos. And after this change and the introduction of 3200 GT, whole Maserati lineup was made up of 2.8 and 3.2 capacity engines.
Old production numbers:
Quattroporte Evoluzione 2.0 V6 200
Quattroporte Evoluzione 2.8 V6 190
New production numbers:
Quattroporte Evoluzione 2.8 V6 390
Reason: the other remaining model is a V8 Evoluzione and it’s production numbers are not changed, so all the available numbers should be counted as (2.8) V6 Evoluzione.
From Maserati Classiche:
“The Quattroporte Evoluzione model was manufactured only with the engines V6 of 2.790cc and V8 of 3.217cc.”