1925 – 1928
Saba was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Milan with operations in 1925 through 1928. The idea of the small car called the Stelvio with a 984 cc 4-cylinder engine, which produced 22 hp at 3200 rpm. The development, which was introduced in 1927, had a four-wheel drive, four-wheel steering with swing axles both front and rear. This project however was not pursued and the company ceased its activities in 1928.
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