Lancia have always been high in inovation and in 1913, the Theta was the first car in Europe to fit a built-in electrical system. 1918 saw the issue of two ‘industrial privatisation statements’ that led to the patenting of an engine prototype with eight cylinders arranged in a 45° V and another engine prototype with twelve cylinders arranged in a narrow V of only 22°. This configuration, a narrow V shape with varying angles between the rows of cylinders, was to typify Lancia production for many years and the last engine with this structure was mounted on the Fulvia coupé 3 as late as 1976.
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