LANCIA mod. Kappa

(Italy 1919)

Lancia’s first postwar model was a derivation of the Theta on a shorter and lighter chassis.

Its novel features included a three-rake-angle steering column, a pedal-operated electric starter and a centrally mounted gear lever. The fast and powerful Kappa went out of production in 1921.

Engine: 4 cilindri
Capacity: 4940 cc
Max power output: 70 CV a 2200 giri/min
Max speed: 120 km/h
Weight: 1300 kg

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