1923-1931 Lancia Lambda


1923-1931 Lancia Lambda Specifications

The 1923-1931 Lancia Lambda was an innovative car, the first to use unit-body construction and front brakes, which were much more effective at stopping the car than rear brakes. Find specifications for the 1923-1931 Lancia Lambda below:

Engines:

  • 1923-1925 13-degree ohc V-4, 2,120 cc/127 cid (75 × 120-mm bore × stroke), 49 horsepower
  • 1926-1927 14-degree, 2,370 cc/146 cid, 59 horsepower
  • 1928-1931 2,570 cc/156 cid, 69 horsepower @ 3,500 rpm

Transmission:

  • 1923-1924 3-speed manual
  • 1925-1931 4-speed manual

Construction: Unit body

Suspension, front: Sliding-pillar, transverse leaf spring

Suspension, rear: Solid axle, parallel elliptical leaf spring

Brakes: 4-wheel mechanical, rear wheel handbrake

Wheelbase (in.): 122.0 (later 135.01)

Weight (pounds): 1,720

Top speed (mph): 72-78

Production: 12,530 or 12,999 (depending upon source)

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