Presented by Aurelio d'Acunzo, Roma
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|
|Max power output:||10 bhp at 1000 rpm|
|Max speed:||55 km/h|
|Weight:||650 kg (chassis)|