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Overview

Produced: 1946-1949 (Unknown)
Types:

After World War II Lancia introduced the Aprillia and smaller Ardea which both had monocoque bodies, independent front suspension and a V-4 engine.  The Aprillia also had independent rear suspension.  The smaller Ardea had a 903 cc V-4 that gave 29 bhp at 4,600 rpm.  The Ardea was powered by the smallest engine ever produced in series by Lancia.  The overhead valves were sited behind each other instead of next to one another.  The Adrea was the "common man's" Aprillia.  Both cars seemed modern though in 1946 their streamlined bodies with no pillars between the doors.

Source: Motorbase

Engines

CapacityConfigModelBore/StrokeCR
903ccV4 0mm x 0mm0

Performance

Top Speed0-60SQMMPGEngine PwrComment
0 mph0 s0 mpg29 bhp 4600
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