|Body style:||3-door hatchback|
|Engine:||903 cc I4 OHV|
965 cc I4 OHV
1050 cc I4 OHV
The Autobianchi A112 is a supermini produced by the Italian automaker Autobianchi. It was developed using the mechanicals which subsequently underpinned the Fiat 127. It was introduced in 1969, as a replacement for the Bianchina and Primula, and was built until 1985, when it made way for the more modern Autobianchi Y10 (branded in most export markets as the Lancia Y10. Over 1.2 million A112s were produced in Autobianchi's Milan factory.
The A112 was available only with a 3-door body. It was offered with the OHV engine of 903 cc from the Fiat 850 capable of attaining 42 PS (31 kW). The Autobianchi represented the first appearance of this engine in a front-engine, front-wheel drive configuration which would later become familiar to a wider range of drivers in the top selling Fiat 127 and its derivatives.
In November 1977 a "Nuova A112" (new A112) was introduced: Autobianchi also at this time introduced an upmarket version branded as the "A112 Elegant" (or, in some export markets, the "A112 Elite") which featured improved seats, higher grade trimming and equipment, as well as a 5-speed gearbox, later in life. Most importantly the Elegant package included an engine enlarged to 956 cc promising 48 PS) and improved torque.
The 903 cc engine of other A112 variants remained unchanged.
The most interesting version was the A112 Abarth, introduced in 1971. It was prepared by the motorsports division of the Fiat Group, at first with a 982 cc engine, obtained increasing the stroke, coupled to a sportive exhaust, a twin carburetor, a different camshaft. In 1975, displacement was increased to 1049 cc, while power climbed from 58 PS to 70 PS at 6600 rpm, for a weight of only 700 kg. The 1975 model was also the first A112 to use a 5-speed manual gearbox. These changes turned the A112 into a nervous machine, much admired by young performance enthusiasts. The car was entered in various rallying events throughout Europe and even spawned a one-make trophy.
Starting from 1982 this car was also badged as Lancia A112 and it was also marketed by Saab in Sweden alongside the Saab-Lancia 600.
|Models - Bianchina | Stellina | Primula | A111 | A112 | Y10|
|Parent brand - Lancia A brand of the Fiat group|
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