The Lancia Flavia is an executive car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer Lancia from 1960 to 1976. It was the successor to the Lancia Aurelia and was replaced by the Lancia Gamma. The Flavia was available with a choice of petrol and diesel engines, with power outputs ranging from 105 horsepower to 132 horsepower. It was available in a variety of body styles, including a four-door saloon, a two-door coupé, and a two-door convertible. The Flavia was distinguished by its innovative design and its advanced technology. It was the first car in the world to be fitted with a four-wheel disc brake system, and it was also one of the first cars to be fitted with a front-wheel drive layout.