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Lancia Augusta
Debuting at the 1932 Paris Salon, the Lancia Augusta gave Lancia entry into the mass market. But the Augusta was no ordinary saloon, being a Lancia it had monocoque construction, independent front suspension, plus an overhead cam V4 engine of 1196cc. Sports versions were succesful on track events including a 1-2-3-4 finish at the 1936 Targa Florio. The Augusta was also built in France as the Lancia Belna. In 1937 the Lancia Ardea superseded the Augusta.


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Lancia Augusta 1935. The Augusta was given a new V4 engine with overhead cam and rated at 35bhp
Lancia Augusta 1935 front
Lancia Augusta 1935. An 1196cc V4 ohc engine powered the Lancia Augusta. The grille on this car designates it as the Lusso model with the v-shaped grille; lesser models had flat plain grilles.
Lancia Augusta 1935 rear
Lancia Augusta 1935. The Augusta had a monocoque bodyshell, and this 4-door saloon was pillarless. Lusso versions were often painted in two colours.
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