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Lancia Artena
'Artena' was the name of an ancient city of the Volsci people by the Tyrrhenian Sea. Powered by a new 1924cc V4 engine, the Artena was produced from 1931 to 1936, with further cars being produced from 1940-1942 as ambulances or as military staff cars. The same platform was used with a V8 2.6-litre engine as the upmarket Lancia Asturia. Unlike the unitary construction of the Lambda, the Artena had a more conventional chassis and was usually supplied with coachbuilt bodies
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Lancia Artena Berlina 1931 - badge on grille
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Lancia Artena Berlina 1931. Powered by a 1924cc V4 engine, the Artena was produced from 1931 to 1936, replacing the now larger-engined V4 Lambda.
Lancia Artena Berlina 1931 front
Lancia Artena Berlina 1931. Powered by a new 1924cc V4 engine which was derived from the larger Lambda V4 unit, the Artena was produced from 1931 to 1936. At the front sliding pillar suspension continued from the Lambda
Lancia Artena Berlina 1931 rear
Lancia Artena Berlina 1931. Although the Artena chassis lent itself to coachbuilt bodies, most Artenas left the works with Lancia-built bodies such as this 4-window 4-5 seat berlina,, or a 6-window 7-seater saloon
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Lancia Artena Berlina 1931. The Artena replaced the Lambda and was cheaper to produce with its chassis and separate body, usually factory-built although coachbuilders did supply for the Artena.
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Lancia Artena Berlina 1931 - wheel
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