Lancia Epsilon

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An epsilon from the Schlumpf Collection
An epsilon from the Schlumpf Collection
Production period: 1911-1913
Class : Upper class
Body versions : Touring car
Engines: Petrol engines :
4.1 liters (59 kW)
Length: 4200 mm
Width: 1615 mm
Wheelbase : 3227 mm
Empty weight : 920 kg
Previous model Lancia Delta-20 / 30HP
successor Lancia Theta

The Lancia Epsilon (internal: Type 58 ) was a two-seater vehicle by the Lancia company , which was produced from 1911 to 1913. It was based on the previous Lancia Delta , which it replaced. The Epsilon was powered by a four-cylinder engine with 4080 cm³ displacement and an output of 80 hp at 1800 rpm. The top speed was 115 km / h. The front and rear track was 1330 mm and the wheelbase was 3227 mm. About 350 copies were made. The successor was the Lancia Theta .

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