Autobianchi Y10

The Autobianchi Y10 is a city car manufactured by the Italian automaker Fiat from 1985 to 1996 and marketed under the Autobianchi brand in Italy and under the Lancia brand in most export markets (as Lancia Y10). The car was manufactured at the Autobianchi plant in Desio, Milan until 1992 and after that in Arese, near Alfa Romeo plants. It was designed on the first-generation Fiat Panda floorpan, shortened by about 10 centimetres (3.9 in) and with softer suspension settings. It offered a very high level of trim for its market segment. Initially introduced in 1985 under the Autobianchi brand, using the FIRE engine in 1.0 and 1.1 L guises and Fiat's Brazilian built SOHC 1049 cc engine once used in the Autobianchi A112 Abarth and the Fiat ... from Wikipedia

Manufactured by Fiat

Class & Body style

  • Hatchback
  • City car

Production period

  • 1985–1996

Videos

Lancia Y10 GT Slalom
Lancia Y10 GT Slalom
Double Carb Y10
Double Carb Y10
Lancia Y10 1.0 fire SPI - lambda szonda mérés ( oxigen sensor measuring )
Lancia Y10 1.0 fire SPI - lambda szonda mérés ( oxigen sensor measuring )
Lancia Y10 Turbo acceleration
Lancia Y10 Turbo acceleration
fiat lancia y10 commercial (directed by michel gondry)
fiat lancia y10 commercial (directed by michel gondry)
GFF winter trackday 2.3.08, Lancia Y10 incar
GFF winter trackday 2.3.08, Lancia Y10 incar

Engine data

  • 1.0 L

Production and assembly

Production plants:
  • Milan
  • Arese
  • Desio

Predecessor models

Successor models

Tests and reviews from the web

1989 Autobianchi Y10 Fire Review (r3375) - Carsurvey.org:  Review location: Italy, Review id: r3375, Review written: 28th July, 1999 ... 1989 Autobianchi Y10 Fire review from Italy. What things have gone wrong with the car? ... read more
Autobianchi Y10 - Wikicars:  The Autobianchi / Lancia Y10 is a city car produced by the Italian ... If using information gathered from Road Test articles from a reputable automotive source, ... read more
Autobianchi Y10 Reviews - Carsurvey.org:  Autobianchi Y10 reviews from 1989 to 1990. Read any of 2 Autobianchi Y10 reviews read more

Image Gallery

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Autobianchi Y10 - Car Photo Gallery

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