We continue to see the fruits of the Chrysler-Fiat union. The New Fiat 500 should be in US dealerships in just a few weeks. Meanwhile, Lancia has rolled out it's new lineup of rebadged Chryslers for sale in Italy. Italians get the Lancia Flavia (Chrysler 200), Grand Voyager (Chrysler Town & Country), and Thema (Chrysler 300). Points of interest: the Hemi V8 option has been deleted from the 300, so the biggest engine you can get in the Thema is the Pentastar V6, though they do get two turbodiesels. The Thema looks a subtley different than the 300, but the Flavia and Grand Voyager look identical to their Chrysler originals apart from the badge. In fact, Jalopnik suggests that the Lancia press photos are simply photoshopped Chrysler promotional photos! Oops! So, what do we think? Will Italians be interested in these Chryslers, or will American cars continue to flop in Europe? I can see the Thema possibly making some inroads with a certain customer set due to its big-car presence, but it was always best with the V8, and the V6 versions will look lame next to the big German cars. The 200 doesn't strike me as being interesting, and the minivan is more of a niche vehicle in Europe, where the smaller MPVs are popular. Lancia is the carmaker the brought us the gorgeous Aurelia, Fulvia and the sporty (1st generation) Delta series...and now the Chrysler 200?