1939, Type 64 prototype
Photo: Bolko Rawicz, Source (W1)
World War II put a halt to any plans to build these automobiles.
The body was styled by Jean Bugatti, and the prototype originally had "gull-wing" doors, but was later rebuilt to normal doors. Only the one prototype and a chassis where built.
|Years made: || 1939
|Engine type: || 8 cyl. in-line, 2 valves/cyl., 2 over-head cams
|Engine size: || 4432cc (84x100)
|Carburetors: || 1
|Supercharger: || -
|Clutch: || dry
|Forward gears: || 4
|Drive: || shaft
|Front suspension: || solid axle, 1/2-elliptical springs
|Rear suspension: || solid axle, reverse 1/4-elliptical springs
|Brakes: || cable operated drums
|Wheelbase [m]: || 3.3
|Track [m]: || 1.35
|Top speed [km/h]: || 195
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