Lancia D24 Pininfarina Spider Sport
Lancia D24 Pininfarina Spider Sport is a racing car of Lancia Automobiles company located in Italy. Following the fact that in 1937, Gianni Lianca, the successor of the founder of the Italian car industry, became the head of the Lianca car company. Looking at other companies in Italy, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Lianca also wanted to take part in car sports. And above all, it is known for its participation, and most importantly – the victory in car races. The whole model range is Lancia.
The Lancia D24 Pininfarina Spider Sport was not the first car made for racing. Prior to it there were already past releases. However, the updated car acquired a reduced base of wheels, a new rear suspension, a De-Dion model, drum brakes extended inside the body and a fashionable air inlet fairing, located on the right, behind the driver’s seat. The exterior design looked classic, very original, with no unnecessary details.
It’s clear that the interior of the car was clearly unusual. The side passenger seat was covered. A small but elegant windshield, installed only on the driver’s side, protected the vehicle from wind, insects and other inconveniences.
To the left of it there was a rear-view mirror. On the right, near the door, there was a small control unit. Behind the three-spoke steering wheel was a huge engine speed sensor, with a maximum value of 8,000 rpm.
Lancia D24 Pininfarina Spider Sport was supplied to the market with a V-shaped 6-cylinder atmospheric engine, 3.3 liters capacity and 265 horsepower. The first hundred of the car was gaining in 5.2 seconds.
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