Bugatti Type 18
The Bugatti Type 18, also called the Garros, was an automobile produced from 1912 through 1914. Produced shortly after the start of the company, the design was something of a relic. It had much in common with the cars Ettore Bugatti had designed for Deutz Gasmotoren Fabrik but with the radiator of the Type 13. Only 6 or 7 exemplars were built.
Power came from a large 5.0 L (5027 cc/306 in³) straight-4 engine with 3 valves per cylinder and a single overhead camshaft. This large engine had a 100 mm bore and very long 160 mm stroke, so it could only rev to about 2800 rpm. The rear wheels were chain driven.
- Wheelbase: 100.4 in (2550 mm)
- Track: 49.2 in (1250 mm)
- Weight: 2750 lb (1250 kg)
|Prototypes||Racing Cars||Road Cars|
|Bugatti, a division of the Volkswagen Group since 1998, roadcar timeline 1910-Present|
|Owner||Ettore Bugatti/Roland Bugatti||Romano Artioli||Volkswagen AG|
|Touring||Type 30/Type 49||Type 57|
|Limousine||Type 41 Royale|
|Roadster||Type 13/Brescia Tourer||Type 55|
|Sports||Type 13||Type 18 Garros||Type 252|