|Engine||4084 cc straight-4|
|Transmission||4-speed manual gearbox|
|Wheelbase||275 cm (108.3 in)|
|Curb weight||880 kg (1,940 lb)|
The Lancia Eta (30/50 HP) is a car which was produced between 1911-1914 by Lancia. The Eta was smaller than Epsilon build at the same time, more like earlier Delta. From 1913 the Eta could be delivered with electrical lights. The car has straight-4 engine with capacity of 4084 cc and it produced around 60 hp at 1800 rpm. The top speed was around 115 kilometres per hour (71 mph).
- This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2008-03-21 of the equivalent article on the Italian Wikipedia.
- Lancia by Michael Frostick, 1976. ISBN 0-901564-22-2
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