Lancia Autobianchi A112
The Lancia Autobianchi A112 is a supermini developed by the Italian automaker Autobianchi. Working in collaboration with Lancia, the A112 was built using the mechanicals of the Fiat 127 and released in 1969 as a replacement for the Bianchina model. Production of the A112 continued until 1985, when the car was replaced by the modern Lancia Y10. In total, over 1.2 million units were manufactured at Autobianchi's Milan facility.
The A112 only came as a three-door option, and was powered by two OHV 903 cc and 965 cc engines. The A112 Junior had a power output of 42 PS (31 kW), while the higher-end A112 Elite delivered 48 PS (35 kW) and featured more premium trim and equipment, and an optional 5-speed gearbox.
The most sought-after version of the A112 is the 1971 A112 Abarth. This variation was prepped by Fiat Group's motorsport division and powered by a 965 cc engine fitted with an overhead camshaft and twin carbs, delivering 58 PS (43 kW) of power. In 1975, the engine displacement was increased to 1049 cc and the power uptick saw the car attain 70 PS (51.5 kW) at 6600 rpm. Coupled with its lightweight of 700 kg (1540 lb) and a 5-speed manual gearbox, the A112 Abarth became a favorite among performance enthusiasts. The car also began to compete in rallying events across Europe, leading to the formation of its own special one-make Trophy.
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