BRIXIA ZÜST mod. 10 HP

Presented by Aurelio d'Acunzo, Roma

(Italy 1908)

Established by Roberto Züst at Brescia in 1906, Brixia Züst was the start of what eventually became Officine Meccaniche in 1917 and OM- Fabbrica Bresciana di Automobili in 1928. The unique feature of the 10 Hp is its integral three-cylinder engine with a fixed head and side valves operated by two camshafts in the cylinder block. It was produced until 1911.

 

 

 

Engine: 3 cylinders, integral
Capacity: 1386 cc
Max power output: 10 bhp  at 1000 rpm
Max speed: 55 km/h
Weight: 650 kg (chassis)