Lancia Aurelia B10

Twelve hours before the official opening of the Turin Motor Show 1950 Lancia unveiled in a world premiere evening the Lancia Aurelia B10 Berlina. In its monocoque body was the first production V6 engine in the world works, its cylinder angle of 60 degrees, its power 56 hp, the engine capacity 1.75 liters. The rear wheels of the Lancia Aurelia B10 are performed on a modern IRS. Directly in front of this independent suspension are the transmission and the clutch. The transaxle principle - front engine, gearbox and clutch rear - to provide a particularly well-balanced axle load distribution. The body of the Lancia Aurelia was designed by Pininfarina and includes for its time unusually aerodynamic and stylish design elements. The Lancia Aurelia was built up in 1958 as a sedan, coupe and Spider. Find on this website at the huge selection of offerings including rare vintage and historical models from the USA or Italy.