Lancia Augusta

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Lancia Augusta Berlina (1935)
Lancia Augusta Berlina (1935)
Production period: 1933-1936
Class : Middle class
Body versions : Sedan , coupe , convertible
Engines: Otto engine :
1.2 liters (26 kW)
Length: 3814-4000 mm
Width: 1450 mm
Wheelbase : 2650 mm
Empty weight : 830 kg

Lancia Augusta was a car of the manufacturer Lancia . It was an intermediate model between the equally motorized middle class car Lancia Artena and the upper class model Lancia Astura and should compete with the simpler Fiat 508 .

The Augusta was manufactured in the main plant, but also in a new plant in Bonneuil-sur-Marne that had been built since 1931. In France the model was sold as the Lancia Belna . A total of 17,217 vehicles were produced, of which 3,000 were in France, of which 2,500 were sedans and 500 were built by external coachbuilders, most of which went to Pourtout .

The sedan version was the first vehicle with a self-supporting structure and doors opening in opposite directions.

Superstructures from Pourtout

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