Year 1914
Length 4750 mm
Width 1740 mm
Wheelbase 3070 mm
Engine Petrol
Cylinders 4L
Displacement 1943 cm³
Power @ RPM 12 HP @ 1700
Gear box 4 speed + reverse
Max speed 70 km/h



1910s - THE FIRST WORLD WAR

​The Unic was a French car and heavy vehicles builder operating since 1905. In 1975 he was among the 5 European societies that constituted the Iveco. Its most significant technical characteristics were the structure with separate bearing rear axle and  crossbow formed shock absorbers. The engine was a 4-cylinder engine of 1,900 cm³ capacity that provided 12 horsepower and enabled it to reach the speed of 70 km/h. Compared to the original taxi, the vehicle exposed had the longer frame version to give more space to load.




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