Syrena is the trade name of cars made by FSM (Fabryka Samochodow Malolitrazowych), the Polish automobile factory at Bielsko Biala which also produces the Polski and the Warzawa. The model on display is an interesting example of eastern European automobile production of the 1960s. It is a runabout mounting a two-stroke, three-cylinder front engine providing 40 bhp. A study and efficient vehicle whose distribution, however, was limitated to the East.
|Engine:||anteriore a 3 cilindri verticali in linea|
|Max power output:||40 CV a 4300 giri/min.|
|Max speed:||120 km/h|