The Lancia Augusta was a product designed for its historical moment: the early 1930s. The heir of the Lambda would have been big but what was needed was a small, inexpensive car which was nonetheless comfortable and fast: a sort of utility car (according to the canons of the time) but for the elite.
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1934 Lancia Augusta Berlina
- Coachbuilder: Viotti
- Chassis n°: 341292
- Engine n°: 5058