Fiat 4 HP
The Fiat 3.5 HP, 4 HP, and sometimes also called 3 1/ 2 CV, was the first model of the Italian car manufacturer Fiat.
A total of 24 units were built from 1899 to 1900. The car had a water-cooled 679 cc two-cylinder rear engine with 3.1 kW (4.2 hp) and a three-speed gearbox, the vehicle to max. 22 km / h faster. Fuel consumption was about eight liters per 100 kilometers. The bodies came from Marcello Alessio of Turin. At least four copies of the Fiat 3.5 HP still exist today.