Designed by Giovanni Enrico, who became Fiat’s engineering manager in 1901, this model with its huge displacement, four-cylinder engine swept the company into a new horsepower bracket. It was also Fiat’s first model to be fitted with a honeycomb radiator and the first of its exports. It went out of production in 1903, however, and only a hundred and ten were made.
Presented by Famiglia Michetti, Francavilla a Mare (Chieti)
Engine: 4 cylinders, two-piece block
Capacity: 3768 cc
Max. power output: 16 bhp at 1200 rpm
Max. speed: 75 km/h
Weight: 1220 kg