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Autobianchi A112

Knowledge Identifier: $Autobianchi_A112


Autobianchi A112

Supermini produced by the Italian automaker Autobianchi add

Category: Business (14)

Launched in 1969.

Countries: Italy (56%), (22%), Germany (11%)

Main connections: Autobianchi, Abarth, Fiat

Linked to: Autobianchi, Abarth, Fiat




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It was introduced in November 1969, as a replacement for the Bianchina and Primula, and was built until 1986, when it made way for the more modern Autobianchi Y10 add something


Claimed power increased to in 1971, but without any mechanical changes having taken place add something


In September 1971 the "'A112 E"' was introduced add something


The most interesting version was the A112 Abarth, introduced in September 1971 at the same time as the Elegant add something


In March 1973 the A112 received a makeover add something


The 1975 model was the first A112 to use a 5-speed manual gearbox add something


The mechanics were originally identical to the regular version, now referred to as the "Normale", but from 1975 until 1977 the Normale' received a less powerful engine add something


The Abarth received a new larger engine , while the Normale's output dropped to in July 1975 add something


In 1976, due to new emissions standards, the Elegant lost two horsepower, now down to add something


Rayton Fissore showed a special-bodied version of the A112 called "Otas" in 1976, with aerodynamically styled bodywork reminiscent of that of the Porsche 928 add something


The two engines were offered in parallel until production of the smaller unit ended in late 1976 add something


In November 1977 the "Nuova A112" was introduced: The most obvious difference is a slightly taller roof, with a marked edge around the sides add something


A lot of the plastic excesses of the fifth series were reversed for the sixth series, which was introduced in the autumn of 1982 add something


Starting from 1982 this car was badged as "'Lancia A112"' in some markets outside of Italy add something


The seventh series, presented in 1984, only saw minor changes, largely remaining the same as the sixth add something


As the new Autobianchi Y10 was introduced in 1985, the A112 range was cut down considerably, with only the Junior remaining on sale as a low-priced alternative add something


Production continued into 1986, at which point 1,254,178 Autobianchi A112s had been built add something