Fiat 16-20 HP

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Fiat 16-20 HP
Fiat 16-24 HP
Fiat 16-20hp 1904.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerFiat
Production1903–1906
691 produced
AssemblyCorso Dante plant, Turin, Italy
Body and chassis
Body styleDuc - Phaeton - Landaulet
LayoutFR layout
Powertrain
Enginestraight-4 4179 - 4503 cc
Dimensions
Length3,250 mm (128 in)-3,820 mm (150 in)
Width1,460 mm (57 in)
Height2,350 mm (93 in)
Curb weight950 kg (2,094 lb)-1,300 kg (2,866 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorFiat 12 HP
SuccessorFiat Brevetti

The Fiat 16-20 HP was introduced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat in 1903.

The car was built in several versions:

  • 1st series in 1903, wheelbase of 2,120 mm (83.5 in) and a 4-cylinder 4179 cc engine - 20 hp - produced 100 copies,
  • 2nd series in 1904, became the 16-24 HP, wheelbase increased to 2,585 mm (101.8 in) and 4179 cc engine had now 24 hp - produced 130 copies.
  • 3rd series in 1905, it reverts to 16-20 HP with a wheelbase increased to 2,853 mm (112.3 in) - produced 171 copies.
  • 4th series in 1906, with a new 4503 cc engine - produced 290 copies.
Fiat 16-24 HP

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