BENZ mod. 3HP Velo

(Germany 1898)

Benz’s light Velo was the world’s first “mass-produced” car, albeit in very small numbers, and was subsequently equipped with pneumatic tyres. It retained the Victoria’s single-cylinder rear engine. The steering machanism is provided with a rotating central leaf spring to damp the vibrations on the driving bar.

Engine: posteriore a 1 cilindro orizzontale
Capacity: 1140 cc
Max power output: 3 CV a 400 giri/min.
Cambio: a 2 marce senza retromarcia
Trasmissione:
a catena
Max speed:
50Km/h

 

Max speed

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