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Lancia Lambda 1928 posters

Lancia Lambda

The Lancia Lambda was an innovative automobile produced between 1922 and 1931, and it was the first automotive model to feature a load-bearing monocoque-type body. Lancia also pioneered the use of an independent suspension (the front sliding pillar with coil springs) as well as designing a shock absorber for the car. It was estimated that around 11,200 Lambdas were created in total. The vehicle boasted a narrow-angle aluminum Lancia V4 engine, each of the three displacements having the same length of 120 mm stroke. In addition, all were SOHC designs with a single camshaft controlling both the banks of cylinders. The engines that powered the Lambda were as follows:
  • 2119 cc (75 mm bore, 13° vee), 49 hp (36.5 kW) at 3250 rpm
  • 2370 cc (79.37 mm bore, 14° vee), 59 hp (44 kW) at 3250 rpm
  • 2568 cc (82.55 mm bore, 13°40' vee), 69 hp (51.5 kW) at 3500 rpm

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