The Flavia has been the first Italian standard car with front-wheel-drive and disc brakes on all four wheels. It was built between 1960 and 1970.
The 22-year-old Ercole Spada designed a car "that would make people turn their heads when it passed" for the Carrozzeria Zagato. Therefore a unique aluminium sculpture was developed and produced in a small series. A racing version started at the Targa Florio 1964.
For the Ennstal-Classic Cornelius and Karin Necas registered a Lancia Flavio Sport Zagato from 1964 with 1800 ccm and 102 HP.