Cisitalia 202 1947-1952


May 3, 2013 By Mike Lee
Last updated on July 29, 2015
Cisitalia 202 Coupe (1947-1952)
Country
Italy
Top Speed (mph)
105
0-60 mph
13 (estimate)
BHP
60 @5500rpm
BHP per ton
79
Engine capacity CC/CU
1089/66
Engine type
Straight 4 Carburettors x 2
Aspiration
Normal
Compression Ratio
7.5:1
Valve Type/No
Overhead 8
Transmission (manual/auto)
Manual
No of speeds
4
Wheels driven
RWD
Brakes F/R
Drum/Drum
No. of Seats
2
Length (in)
148.8
Height (in)
49.2
Kerb Weight (lbs)
1675
Additional Info: Cisitalia stands for Consorzio Industriale Sportivo Italia and was created by Turinese Piero Dusio, who was a well known amateur Italian racer. Uses many parts from Fiat including the 1.1 litre engine. Both a coupe and spyder (roadster) were built. Some were fitted with 1 Weber carburettor, while others had 2 Weber carburettors with power ranging from 55 to 75bhp. A few competition cars were also built, such as the 202 MM spyder and 202 SMM spyder.

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