The Lancia 2000 is a car produced by the Turin car manufacturer Lancia between 1971 and 1974.
the coupé was an evolution of the previous Flavia Coupé II series (whose design was the work of Pininfarina). The aesthetic changes, however, were minimal: new grille, new rubber perimeter profile on the bumpers, chrome frame on the perimeter of the front, removal of the periscope air intake on the bonnet and relocation of the front “Lancia” brand. Even the interiors did not undergo significant changes, except for a general improvement in the accessories equipment (similar to the sedan) and in the finishes that included the use of precious woods for the steering wheel, the dashboard and the door of the dashboard compartment (instead of plastic black used of the previous Flavia) The engines and the entire mechanics were taken from the new 2000 sedan and gave life to 2 versions: the 2000 Coupé, with carburettor power (115hp) and the 2000 ie Coupé HF, with injection power (125hp). The HF was recognizable by the matt black front grille, the side adhesive strip on the sides and the different positioning of the logo on the front grille (instead of a small “badge” on the bonnet). Both versions were fitted as standard with light alloy rims raised to 14 “with 5.5J channel design inspired by that of the most popular Lancia sports car of the moment (the Fulvia 1600 HF). Both had a manual gearbox with 5 inverted speeds. ZF layout with different axle ratio 1399 2000 Coupé and 1229 version 2000 ie Coupé HF were produced.