Fiat 60 HP
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|Predecessor||Fiat 24-32 HP|
|Successor||Fiat 16-20 HP|
|Engine||10,563 cc I4
11,040 cc I6
|Length||4,750 mm (187 in)|
|Width||1,550 mm (61 in)|
|Height||2,550 mm (100 in)|
|Curb weight||1,750 kg (3,858 lb)|
The Fiat 60 HP was introduced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat in 1904 to meet the demand of very rich export markets, including the USA.
Designed to a high standard of luxury in every detail, it was welcomed by American coachbuilders such as Quimby and Demarest. To facilitate their work, this car was offered with 2 different wheelbases, normal and long.
It was originally equipped with a 4-cylinder engine block (60 HP) which was later replaced with a bi-tri-6-cylinder engine block (65 HP) and was manufactured at the plant in Corso Dante. It was the tallest car ever made.
- This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2009-08-04 of the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.
|Fiat Automobiles S.p.A. car timeline, European market, 1898–1949 — next »|
|City car||3,5 HP||500 A / B (Topolino) ...|
|509 / 509 S||508 (Balilla)||Balilla 1100 A / B ...|
|Family car||1||1A / Zero||70||501 / 501 S / 502 / 503||514 / 515||1500|
|12 HP / 16-20 HP / 16-24 HP||Brevetti 15-15 HP||520 / 521||522 / 524||527||2800|
|20-30 HP||3||3A / 3Ter||510||512||525 / 525 S|
|24-32 HP / 60 HP||28-40 HP / 30-45 HP / 50 HP||4 / 5 / 6||520 "Superfiat"||519 / 519 S|
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