Year 1926-1927
G.V.M. 3,5 t
Length 4400 mm
Width 1670 mm
Wheelbase 3050 mm
Wheel drive 4x2 rear
Engine Petrol
Cylinders 4L
Displacement 2293 cm³
Power @ RPM 35 HP @ 2600
Gear box 4 speed + reverse
Max speed 67 km/h



THE FIRST SAMPLE OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT AFTER FIRST WORLD WAR

​After the First World War, the displacement of persons (and goods) became faster. The first vehicles for collective transport  with an engine became diffused, normally as a bus with a body building of a serial car frame.  One  model was the Fiat 507/F Orlandi, immediate progenitor of modern minibus – so for dimensions (2,3 meters x 5,4), so for passenger places (13 persons + driver and ticket collector). The Fiat 507 was produced for two years only: 1926 and 1927. The Bus version remained in production until 1928. It was developed by the Body Builder Carrozzeria Emiliana Renzo Orlandi, a company specialized in Body Building which was integrated in Iveco in 1988.




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