Poland is also featured, here with the old Polski Fiat 508.
I finally understood that "Ypsilon 10" was always how the name of the Y10 was pronounced in Italian. It was not a big leap to call the current generation just Ypsilon, then. We can also see here the progressive phasing out of the Autobianchi brand. First we hear an explanation, "Autobianchi is a Lancia brand", and then both brands are shown together as being equally important in the car.
Mid-80's computer graphics, yeah! Lancia Thema 1984.
I think it interesting to see the OM version of the Iveco Daily advertised alongside that main version.
See my post on the different badge-engineered variations of the Iveco Daily, here.
Here is a video on the development of the Grinta and Daily, the latter here called Fiat and not Iveco. I guess in 1978 the Iveco name hadn't replaced Fiat for these vehicles yet.
Even tractor lovers can enjoy...
"The trains of the highway".