Pre-Lambda

YEAR: 1906 - 1921

Lancia was founded on 29 November 1906 in Turin by Fiat racing drivers Vincenzo Lancia (1881-1937) and his friend Claudio Fogolin (1872-1945) as Lancia & C. Fabbrica Automobili. The first Lancia automobile the "Tipo 51" or 12 HP (later called Alfa) and was produced in 1907-1908. It had a small four-cylinder engine with a power of 28 hp. In 1915 the Jota, Lancia's first truck, appeared and there followed a series of commercial vehicles. Other early models include the Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon, Theta, Kappa, DiKappa and TriKappa.

Technical

Kappa Chassis Diagram

3.75 MB

Trikappa Technical Information

3.99 MB

Trikappa Electrical Equiptment

4.85 MB

Trikappa Chassis Drawing

1.76 MB

Marketing Material

1919 Kappa Brochure

8.96 MB

1917 35HP Brochure

3.67 MB

1920 Dikappa Brochure

837.7 KB

1921 Trikappa Brochure

609.55 KB

1915 35HP Brochure

4.17 MB

1914 Brochure

4.81 MB

1913 35HP Brochure

1.17 MB

1922 Trikappa Brochure

8.45 MB
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