Lancia Fulvia coupé

Presented by Santi Sileci

(Italy 1966)

The Fulvia saloon was presented at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show. It was a compact and comfortable, front-wheel-drive model with rather square lines and good carrying capacity.

Priced at ITL 1.420.500, it offered the quality and class usually confined to more up-market vehicles. The coupé, with its elegant, dashing line designed by Pietro Castagnero, was presented at geneva two years later and proved exceptionally successful, both commercially and as a sports car.

Its top speed of 160 km/h was coupled with sparkling acceleration thanks to its light weight (110kg less than 1060 kg of the second-series saloon) and excellent sporty performance on the road. A total of 20.436 examples of this first version were produced.

Motore: 4 cilindri a V
Cilindrata: 1216-1231 cc
Potenza: 79-87 CV a 6000/6200 giri/min.
160 km/h
Peso: 950 kg

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