|Designer||Marcello Gandini at Bertone|
|Body and chassis|
|Layout||Transverse mid-engine, rear-wheel drive|
|Engine||2.4 L (2,418 cc (148 cu in)) Dino V6|
|Wheelbase||2,280 mm (89.8 in)|
The car's main characteristics were its sharp, aerodynamic lines and polycarbonate windows. Like other Bertone concepts of the time, the body is made from hand beaten steel. A small circular portion of the side windows could be moved electrically and a single large windshield wiper vertically swept the windshield. Retractable headlights with circular lenses garnished a sharply raked front end.
Inside, the steering wheel was anatomically designed to fit the natural grip of the hand, and also house switches for the warning lights and a loudspeaker. Digital instrumentation was placed in the middle of the dashboard near the point where the dashboard and the windshield meet, designed to divert the driver's eyes as little as possible from the road.
The vehicle was painted a lighter brown after its debut at the Turin Auto Show in 1978 following feedback regarding its extremely dark brown color. The wheels were also re-painted from bright yellow to light gold, and a Lancia badge was added to the hood.
Lancia Sibilo at Rétromobile 2015
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- Pictures and a short description on carstyling.ru.