(Italy 1914)

A de luxe model presented by Lancia at the end of 1913.  A  total of 1696 had been manufactured when production ceased in 1918.

The Theta was the first car in Europe to be provided with on-board electrical services as standard equipment. The “limousine” coachwork on this example was supplied by Carrozzeria Italiana Cooperativa (Tutin), subsequently known as Carrozzeria Balbo.

Engine: 4 cilindri
Capacity: 4940 cc

Max power output:

70 CV a 2200 giri/min
Max speed: 110 km/h
Weight: 1150 kg

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