You are wrong, Ljutica, the coupé is another kind of car than the saloon, you should try one in real life before commenting on its lack of anything; The coupé has a shorter wheelbase, wider rear track, is lowered, has a very stiff chassis, stiffer suspension, and consequently drives like a true luxurious performance car, especially on curvy and demanding roads. Still, it has inherited a lot of the roominess from the saloon, making it a practical, spacious grand tourer. The boot, although 50 L less spacious than the saloon, is higher or deeper due to the taller rear end, and that makes it swallow quite more luggage than you would expect it to do. Besides that, the Maggiora styling, while maybe looking slightly over edge in the late nineties, has matured gracefully trough the years, and makes this car a looker even today, especially in real life. Visually the Coupé looks smaller and smarter than it actually is; very few car designs has such a successful visual betrayal, and while the saloon these days has a rather dated \"nineties\" appearance, the Coupé is somehow fresh, exotic though classic, - in the best meaning of the word. Photographies, for some reason, have never done this design justice, you have to see it and adore it with your own eyes, and if you are really lucky, drive one to truly appreciate this refined, understated Italian late-nineties goddess. And by the way, comparing a Lancia with a Maserati is nothing but silly; they were never meant to compare.