2002 Lancia Thesis Emblema

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Continuing the relaunch of the Lancia brand and taking up position at the pinnacle of the Fiat Groups automotive portfolio, the new Thesis (internally, Project 841) was officially released at the Geneva Motorshow at the beginning of March 2001. The interior was first seen at the Frankfurt show later that year, and sales are expected to start in early 2002.
A large (4888mm long) four door luxury saloon, it is aimed to emphasise the brand as the luxury arm of the Fiat Group, a move already started with the Lybra. As such it features a substantial ‘high-tech’ content, a trend shown in the Nea concept car. This is based around the CONNECT system and a 7 inch TFT colour dispay in the dashboard and includes voice recognition, hands-free phone, a navigation system, a stereo, an optional TV and access to the contact centre. Other ‘high-tech’ systems include an optional radar cruise control, an optional sunroof with solar cells (which power the aircon fan when the vehicle is parked in the sun), a multizone climate control system which on some models has a separate zone for the rear passengers, front and rear parking sensor, a rain sensor, an automatic windscreen wiper system, automatic headlamps, LED tail-lights (with 30 LEDs per unit), optional variable power steering, bi-xenon headlights (with an automatic ride corrector which functions with both static and dynamic.To emphasise the comfort factor there is also power assistance when opening the doors, the seat and steering wheel move back and up to aid entrance when the door is opened, and the entire process of opening and starting the car is keyless, using a transponder in the drivers pocket. Some interior details can be seen here. An automatic handbrake (EPB or Electronic Parking Brake) is applied whenever the car is stopped and also features a button on the centre console for manual operation.

As with all modern cars, passive safety is an area emphasised in the press release, the Thesis featuring eight airbags, comprising two multistage front bags, four sidebags and two window-bags, seatbelts with pre-tensioners, adjustable headrests, ISOFIX attachment points, a fire protection system and a carefully designed structure including crumple zones and reinforced doors.
Active safety includes an ESP (Electronic Stability program) which monitors various parameters to determine the yaw and corrects any excessive motion by braking individual wheels or reducing engine power. Traction control (ASR) reacts to both wheels spinning or just one wheel spinning (in the latter case the result is similar to a limited-slip differential), ABS and EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution) which controls the amount of braking to the rear wheels all reduce the possibility of the driver losing control of the car.

The suspension utilises multilink layouts both front and rear. The front suspension is a development of the traditional double-wishbone layout, using five links to control the movement of the wheel, whilst at the rear various arms in aluminium, steel and cast iron also provides a small level of passive rear wheel steering. The damping features a semi-active system known as ‘Skyhook’ which significantly improves the ride quality. Developed by Mannesmann-Sachs it uses numerous sensors to monitor the relative motion between the wheels and the body then controlling the level of damping provided by each individual damper.

Lancia Thesis Emblema 2002 - www.robson.m3lin.org

Lancia Thesis Emblema 2002 - www.robson.m3lin.org

The design follows closely that of the Dialogos Concept car, and even moreso the example presented to the Pope. It is currently available as a four door saloon, a five door station wagon is expected to be released later. The official press release describes it as “hallmarked – in terms of styling – by exciting elegance going far beyond rational utility to leave space for the imagination, the Lancia Thesis matches retro sensations – such as the high front, the long bonnet and the profile resembling an upside-down wedge – with an entirely new stylistic language.” It replaces the Kappa in production, but Fiat hopes that its success will follow that of the Thema rather than the Kappa….

Powerplants start with two versions of the well know 20 valve 5 cylinder in-line unit, a 2.0-litre turbocharged example (185bhp), and a 2.4-litre aspirated model (170bhp). The latter also features variable valve timing and a variable length induction system. A V6 derived from the Alfa Romeo 3-litre unit tops the range (215bhp), whilst a 2.4JTD (the 5-cylinder in-line family again, 150bhp) complete with variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler provides the oil-burning option. Rumours suggest that the latter will be joined later by a larger capacity GM sourced V6 diesel unit. The five cylinder engines use a six-speed manual gearbox, whilst the V6 gets a five speed automatic unit (with a sequential shift mode).

Equipment
Elegance and technology have always been distinguishing features of any Lancia. In the Thesis flagship they meld in an ideal balance to give us a range with two specifications. These are known as Executive and Emblema and are equipped with a wealth of standard equipment items that are complemented by some exclusive devices on Emblema versions. Both specifications share four engines (three petrol and one common rail turbodiesel) and two gearboxes (the five-speed self-adaptive sequential automatic transmission is fitted to the 3.0 V6 24v while the 6 speed manual unit is fitted to all the other power units. Plus four different interiors, twelve body colours and a host of options able to satisfy even the most demanding section of customers within this élite market band.
Many devices are fitted as standard on all version. Beginning with safety devices. For starters, eight airbags including two multistage bags; five three-point seat-belts with pretensioners (except the central rear seat) and load limiters (except the central rear seat), five head-restraints and an FPS (Fire Prevention System).
The invisible technology on the Lancia Thesis really comes to the fore when it comes to dynamic safety. On this front the Lancia flagship offers a braking system with outstanding performance while also benefiting from the most sophisticated electronic devices for controlling the car’s dynamic behaviour: including ABS complemented by an electronic brakeforce distributor, ESP and the ASR/MSR system. All versions of the Thesis also come with an electrically-controlled automatic parking brake: the EPB (Electric Parking Brake).
For preventive safety, the entire range comes with: bi-xenon headlamps, fog lamps and led tail-lights. And we must not forget the Isofix attachments used to carry the smallest passengers in maximum safety, plus systems to protect the car against theft and break-ins: from a second-generation Lancia CODE to a deadlock. This total protection makes the Lancia Thesis one of the safest cars anywhere in the world.

Other equipment designed to ease life on board and offered by both the Thesis Executive and Thesis Emblema include: automatic climate control system, sound system with integral radio and steering wheel controls, Cruise Control and trip computer plus a 7″ colour screen. And also: electric windows with anti-obstruction sensor on all four doors, heated, electrically-adjustable door mirrors, electric handles, electric door locks and catches with multifunction remote control, adjustable front armrest with oddments compartment and climate controlled outlet – and rear armrest with ski tunnel.
On the road, the Lancia Thesis assures the cushioned silence of a top-class environment where the car engine is barely perceptible.
This level of comfort is also assured by the Skyhook system, a sophisticated suspension control device reserved for a few élite cars that is fitted as standard throughout the entire range.
The Emblema versions are another matter, because they include all the state-of-the-art solutions available for the model, without exception. In other words: multizone climate control system, Easy Entry/Exit function, Set-up Memory and Radar Cruise Control (shortly to be available on 3.0 V6 CAE versions).
The Thesis Emblema also exclusively offers rear side windows and a darkened rear window (privacy) in addition to a rear armrest, a truly majestic throne-room: the interior compartment houses a remote control that allows rear passengers to operate the Bose® Sound System Hi-Fi, electric sunblind controls and passenger side reach adjustment. All three features naturally come as standard on Emblema versions. The product array on this version is concluded by the CONNECT system. This comes in the NAV+ configuration that complements the version fitted to the Thesis Executive with dynamic map navigation and an optional TV.
Both versions share one last exterior motif: alloy wheels. On the Thesis Executive, these are 7×16″ with 215/60 tyres and share classic styling. The wheels on the Emblema are the same size but more elegant in style.
All versions can naturally be customised with numerous options to increase the protection and comfort offered by the Lancia Thesis. Thus the flagship may be fitted with EPG anti break-in side windows (these will be available a few months after the launch) and an antilift and antitilt alarm. You could also install a parking sensor (front and rear) and a supplementary heater programmable from CONNECT or by means of the remote control (available after the launch).
When it comes to comfort, the Lancia flagship offers the following options: Keyless System, phone handset with a keypad and display on the front armrest and a CD-changer in the passenger glove compartment (only on the Thesis Executive because the multiple loader is included in the CONNECT NAV+ on the Thesis Emblema). And also: heated front and rear seats (except in the Emblema equipment package where the former come as standard); front seats in the Comfort version with fully electric adjustment and ventilation, heating, adaptivity and massage functions; rear Comfort seats with the same functions as the front, apart from the ventilation – and an electric sunroof with solar cells. Comfort version seats (front and rear) and the Keyless System will be available later. Customers will also soon be able to order 7×17″ alloys for both versions with sports design 225/55 tyres (cannot be fitted with chains).
Customers who buy the Thesis flagship can choose between four different interior environments: Lancia worsted wool, Alcantara®, Leather and Poltrona Frau Soft Leather. The wool cloth comes in light shades of beige, grey and blue and gains an extra touch of sophistication from the worsted wool. This is an unusual trim material for the seats and central panel and forms an unbroken ring around the passenger compartment. It is reminiscent of the celebrated Lancia cloth from a bygone age.
The other interiors come in the same shades but in Alcantara®. They set off to perfection the understated wooden facia insert: an untreated open-pored mahogany in which the natural grain is apparent. Both specifications are available on the Executive and the choice is left to the customer’s discretion.
Lancia Thesis Emblema can choose between the Alcantara® or Leather interior. The latter offers a top-quality trim that comes in the following colours: beige, grey or blue.
An interior in baby-soft Poltrona Frau designer leather with heated seats can be selected as an option. The prestigious upholstery adds two exclusive shades to the previous colours: anthracite and tobacco.
Whatever you choose, the result is an environment made out of top-quality, warm, exclusive materials – an emotionally involving place where top-quality materials have been chosen for their tactile and acoustic qualities to create a multisensorial whole that represents the final frontier of the Lancia world.
The Thesis offers a pallet of 12 different body shades. Non-metallic choices are Lancia blue and Donatello black, while the metallic selection comprises: Tintoretto bordeaux, Palladio grey, Botticelli grey, Leonardo green, Canaletto blue, Tiepolo grey, Raphael blue, Michelangelo blue, Cellini grey and Caravaggio black.
The Lancia Thesis is also participates fully in the Fiat Auto Autonomy programme. This extends to all Fiat cars and to all Alfa and Lancia cars as well since last year. The Thesis can therefore be fitted with all the special devices that make driving easier for the disabled.
These include the following equipment:

- an electronic ring-type accelerator that converts a pedal-operated accelerator into a steering wheel control;
- a remote-controlled turn and glide rear side door that allows a wheel chair to be stowed between the car’s front and rear seats with greater ease;
- a long-armed service brake that converts the brake to a manual control and brings it closer to the steering wheel;
- a remote control installed on the steering wheel that can be used to operate all the service levers and switches;
- an electronic automatic clutch that allows gear changes without depression of the clutch pedal at the barest touch of a switch on the gear lever.

All these devices are built by the best companies in the sector and fit perfectly into the passenger compartment without impairing car user-friendliness, passenger room, comfort and safety. They can also be fitted alongside standard controls to enable the car to be driven by people without motor difficulties as well.

Engines
The Lancia Thesis assures outstanding performance. The two litre engines, for example, are absolutely outstanding when compared with other engines of the same capacity offered by the competition. Car handling and agility are also important. Especially when you consider that a car just under five metres long with a weight to match has to work harder to achieve a good result.
The credit for this agility goes to the power unit as a whole because on all Lancia Thesis versions, this comprises a power unit offering high torque at low speeds with a gearbox with a high number of ratios. Five in the case of the sophisticated automatic transmission; six for the manual gearbox.
The decision to create a range of engines that are all multifractional (i.e. with 5 or 6 cylinders) was responsible for most of the results achieved in terms of lack of vibration, content, good timbre and smooth running.
The following table gives details of the four power units (three petrol and a Common Rail turbodiesel unit) that the Lancia Thesis will present to the market next spring.

The 2.0 20v Turbo Soft, in particular, is confirmation of Lancia’s engine building traditions: the brand has always achieved outstanding results with this engine capacity. On the Lancia Thesis, the thermodynamic efficiency of this power unit is combined with a smooth, gradual turbo action able to assure outstanding comfort with scintillating performance comparable to that of a far bigger aspirated engine.
The Lancia Thesis 2.0 20v Turbo Soft is for people who want a car of temperament without giving up the class, elegance and élite appeal of a prestigious, imposing, big-looking car. When equipped with this power unit, the Thesis offers extra punch and accentuates agility and handling to satisfy customers who have no intention of giving up on a fast drive.
If we were to sum up the 2.4 20v in a nutshell, we could say: the right capacity for the car and the most effective proportion of that capacity in terms of performance and also of smooth power and torque delivery. In other words, a 5 cylinder engine with the smooth running of a six cylinder and the fuel consumption of a four cylinder unit.

The Lancia Thesis 2.4 20v, is an interesting car because it offers satisfactory power and speed levels, all the brio required for vigorous take-off and pick-up and the ability to cover around 12 kilometres out of town on a litre of fuel.
This is an engine for more rational customers, people who look for the great comfort, luxury and well-being that only a great élite saloon can offer. Combined with the technical efficiency required to keep running costs down. All in all, it is the Lancia Thesis for someone who wishes to use their car every day for everything they do: whether it be long trips or going to work.
Now for the 3.0 V6 24v. This three litre engine of European capacity is perfect for the Lancia Thesis because the end result is a big luxury saloon with a well-balanced blend of roominess, comfort and performance. The power unit is special because it turns very roundly due to its 6 cylinders – and also offers formidable torque enhanced by a 5-speed automatic transmission converter.
Altogether, the version driven by the 3.0 V6 24v offers greater driving satisfaction than rivals with similar capacity: acceleration, pick-up, power and torque delivery. The credit for this goes to a power unit that balances torque at low speed and maximum power with outstanding panache.
The Lancia Thesis 3.0 V6 24v is the ideal car for customers who want great performance delivered with absolute ease. For people who do not like to be second to anyone, even on the road. For anyone who can fall in love with a good-looking, luxurious car and the unmistakable throb of an engine that is reminiscent of great, powerful Lancias of the past such as the Aurelia.
The Lancia Thesis range concludes with the 2.4 JTD engine. This engine combines the tried and tested benefits of common rail technology (better performance and fuel economy) with formidable torque achieved by applying a variable geometry turbine to the JTD power unit. As far as the driver is concerned, this means a Lancia Thesis that is a greater roadster yet also agile and easy to handle if necessary. This combination of attributes is certainly not usual in this type of car.
The 2.4 JTD engine is thus a prompt and efficient engine and tireless on long motorway trips. A great mile-eater with low fuel consumption. The Lancia Thesis 2.4 JTD is therefore designed for people who move around a lot and cover a very high mileage each year. Customers who want a comfortable, luxurious car that can be run at a reasonable cost and ensure the same driving satisfaction as a petrol engine.

Gearboxes

The gearboxes are slick, smooth-shifting, silent: they include a six-speed manual and a 5-speed automatic that are outstanding for their sophisticated, innovative engineering. Both offer the best possible channel for power transmitted by the engines (150 to 215 bhp) and ensure the car delivers uniformly crisp performance. They are also so easy and satisfying to use that any driver can handle a great saloon like the Lancia Thesis with ease and panache.
The 5-speed automatic transmission, in particular, is two gearboxes in one. You can use the normal P, R, N and D positions when the lever is moved up in the gate. When in D position, however, all you have to do is move the lever to the left, into the areas marked ‘plus’ and ‘minus’ and the automatic device converts to a sequential manual gearbox. For the motorist, this means being able to benefit from a full range of gears with discreet guidance from the control unit (the sound of a buzzer and a warning on the control panel) if the engine is revved too much or too little. Plus the freedom of a normal manual gearbox, including the ability to set off in second or third when the car is driven over slippery ground.
The 5-speed automatic transmission comes with the 3.0 V6 24v engine, while the 6-speed manual unit is fitted to all other power units.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Thesis 3.2 V6 24v Comfortronic
Engine  6 cylinders V 60°, front transverse
Capacity (cc) 3179
Compression ratio  10.5 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  169 (230)
at rpm  6200
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  289 (29.4)
at rpm  4800
Timing gear  4 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Bosch ME 7 MPI electronic sequential injection
Ignition  static electronic, combined with injection
Fuel  unleaded petrol 95 octane (RON)

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  AISIN automatic, 5 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with Variosteer variable hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.2

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1820
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  240
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  8.8
- 0 to 1000 m  29.2
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  22.7
- extra-urban cycle  10.3
- combined  14.9
CO2 emissions (g/km)  355

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 3.0 V6 24v Comfortronic
Engine  6 cylinders V 60°, front transverse
Capacity (cc) 2959
Compression ratio  10 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  158 (215)
at rpm  6300
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  263 (26.8)
at rpm  5000
Timing gear  4 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Bosch ME3.1 MPI electronic sequential injection
Ignition  static electronic, combined with injection
Fuel  unleaded petrol 95 octane (RON)

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  AISIN automatic, 5 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with Variosteer variable hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.2

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1820
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  234
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  9.2
- 0 to 1000 m  29.8
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  20.9
- extra-urban cycle  9.3
- combined  13.6
CO2 emissions (g/km)  323

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 2.0 20v Turbo soft
Engine  5 cylinders in line, front transverse with counter-rotating balancer shaft
Capacity (cc) 1998
Compression ratio  8.5 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  136 (185)
at rpm  5500
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  308 (31.4)
at rpm  2200
Timing gear  2 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Bosch ME7 MPI electronic sequential injection, turbocharged with variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler
Ignition  static electronic, combined with injection
Fuel  unleaded petrol 95 octane (RON)

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  manual, 6 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.2

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1780
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  224
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  8.9
- 0 to 1000 m  28.9
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  15.5
- extra-urban cycle  8.5
- combined  11.1
CO2 emissions (g/km)  264

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 2.4 20v
Engine  5 cylinders in line, front transverse with counter-rotating balancer shaft
Capacity (cc) 2446
Compression ratio  10.3 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  125 (170)
at rpm  6000
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  226 (23)
at rpm  3500
Timing gear  2 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Bosch ME3.1 MPI electronic sequential injection
Ignition  static electronic, combined with injection
Fuel  unleaded petrol 95 octane (RON)

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  manual, 6 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.2

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1760
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  217
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  9.5
- 0 to 1000 m  30.2
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  15.2
- extra-urban cycle  8.4
- combined  10.9
CO2 emissions (g/km)  260

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 2.4 20v Comfortronic
Engine  5 cylinders in line, front transverse with counter-rotating balancer shaft
Capacity (cc) 2446
Compression ratio  10.3 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  125 (170)
at rpm  6000
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  226 (23)
at rpm  3500
Timing gear  2 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Bosch ME3.1 MPI electronic sequential injection
Ignition  static electronic, combined with injection
Fuel  unleaded petrol 95 octane (RON)

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  AISIN automatic, 5 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with Variosteer variable hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.2

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1790
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  215
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  10.9
- 0 to 1000 m  31.7
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  17.4
- extra-urban cycle  8.8
- combined  12.0
CO2 emissions (g/km)  286

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 2.4 10v JTD
Engine  5 cylinders in line, front transverse
Capacity (cc) 2387
Compression ratio  18.5 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  110 (150)
at rpm  4000
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  305 (31)
at rpm  1800
Timing gear  1 OHC (toothed belt), mechanical tappets
Fuel system  Common Rail direct injection (Unijet), turbocharged with variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler
Ignition  by compression
Fuel  diesel

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  manual, 6 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.4

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1790
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  206
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  10.1
- 0 to 1000 m  31.4
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  11.5
- extra-urban cycle  6.3
- combined  8.2
CO2 emissions (g/km)  217

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 2.4 20v JTD
Engine  5 cylinders in line, front transverse
Capacity (cc) 2387
Compression ratio  18.1 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  129 (175)
at rpm  4000
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  380 (38.7)
at rpm  2000
Timing gear  2 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Common Rail direct injection (Multijet), turbocharged with variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler
Ignition  by compression
Fuel  diesel

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  manual, 6 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.4

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1790
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  225
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  9.8
- 0 to 1000 m  30.8
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  9.8
- extra-urban cycle  6.2
- combined  7.5
CO2 emissions (g/km)  199

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling
Thesis 2.4 20v JTD Comfortronic
Engine  5 cylinders in line, front transverse
Capacity (cc) 2387
Compression ratio  18.1 : 1
Maximum power output: kW (bhp-EC)  129 (175)
at rpm  4000
Peak torque: Nm (kgm-EC)  330 (33.6)
at rpm  1750
Timing gear  2 OHC (toothed belt), hydraulic tappets
Fuel system  Common Rail direct injection (Multijet), turbocharged with variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler
Ignition  by compression
Fuel  diesel

Transmission
Drive  front
Gearbox  AISIN automatic, 5 speeds (+ reverse)

Wheels
Standard tyres  215/60 R 16 95W*

Steering
Steering box  rack and pinion with Variosteer variable hydraulic power steering
Turning circle between kerbs (m)  12.4

Suspension
Front  Multilink, independent, wishbones, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar
Rear  independent with multiple arms, coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers (Skyhook), anti-roll torsion bar

Brakes (with ABS)
Front: dia. (mm)  disc-type 305 x 28 (ventilated)
Rear: dia. (mm)  disc-type 281 x 22 (ventilated)

Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height (mm)  4888 x 1830 x 1465
Wheelbase (mm) 2803
Front/rear track (mm) 1569 / 1541
Boot capacity (dm3) 400
Fuel tank (litres) 75 (reserve 10)
Kerb weight (kg) 1820
Max. towable weight (kg)  1500

Performance
Top speed (km/h)  220
Acceleration (s) – 0 to 100 km/h  10.2
- 0 to 1000 m  31.2
EC 1999/100 fuel consumption litres/100 km
- urban cycle  12.1
- extra-urban cycle  6.9
- combined  8.8
CO2 emissions (g/km)  234

* 225/50 R17 94W tyres with 17″ light alloy wheels sports styling

Scribbled on September 1st 2009 in Lancia, Lancia Thesis Emblema
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