The Lancia Ypsilon is a supermini and Lancia's sole product offered for commercial sale. It has been produced by Italian automaker Lancia since 1995. It is the replacement of the Y10 and is larger and more expensive. Between 1995 and 2005 Lancia produced more than 870,000 Ypsilons in the Melfi plant in the Potenza region.
The third generation Ypsilon was sold as the Chrysler Ypsilon in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Japan. In March 2015, Fiat Group announced that in 2017, the Chrysler brand would be discontinued in the United Kingdom, where the Ypsilon sold only 2,000 units in 2014. It is also no longer sold in Japan. With the discontinuation of both the Lancia Voyager and Lancia Thema branding on Chrysler-built vehicles in 2015, the Ypsilon is the sole commercial offering from Lancia, and it is available only in the domestic Italian market.