This model with its six-seater torpedo coachwork was one of Fiat’s first to have an integral engine, L-shaped combustion chamber and petrol feed taps for cold starting. In 1915, it was equipped with a 12 V electrical system. A total of 684 had been manufactured when it went out of production in 1918. There was also a military torpedo version. One of these was fitted out for King Victor Emmanuel III to use during World War I.
|Engine:||4 cilindri monoblocco|
|Max power output:||53 CV a 1600 giri/min|
|Max speed:||95 km/h|