AQUILA ITALIANA mod. 25/30 HP

Presented by Famiglia Spagnoletti - Zeuli, Torino

(Italy 1912)

Aquila Italiana was founded in Turin in 1906 and remained in business until 1917. Its sound reputation rested on the avant-garde ideas of Giulio Cesare Cappa, one of the leading designers of the day, and its subsequent successes on the racetrack.

 

A distinctive feature of the sports model is its compact engine with overhead inlet and lateral exhaust valves. The 25/30 HP was also one of the first cars to be fitted with hydraulic front dampers.

 

Engine: 6 cylinders
Capacity: 3921 cc
Max power output: 60 bhp at 3600 rpm
Max speed: 130 km/h