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Stoewer 10 PS
Overview
ManufacturerStoewer
Production1901–1902
AssemblyStettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland)
Body and chassis
ClassCar
Body styleConvertible
Powertrain
Engine1.5-litre straight-2-cylinder ICE
Transmissionmanual 4-speed
Chronology
SuccessorStoewer 8/14 PS

Stoewer 10 PS was convertible car manufactured in Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland) by Stoewer automotive company between 1901 and 1902. It is the first car created by the company. It had a four-wheel drive and 1.5-litre internal combustion engine.[1][2]

Specifications

The car was a 2-door convertible with a 1.5-litre straight-2-cylinder internal combustion engine with the power of 18 horsepower (13 kW) and 17 brake horsepower. It had a four-wheel drive and manual four-speed transmission. Its top speed was 50 km/h (31 mph). It had a capacity of 1527 cm³.[1][2][3]

References

  1. ^ a b Jubiläumsfestschrift der A. G. Bernh: Steower Stettin: 1858–1908, in: Deutsche Industrie, deutsche Kultur, vol. 6, 1908.
  2. ^ a b Gerhard Maerz. Die Geschichte der Stoewer-Automobile.
  3. ^ "Stoewer 10 PS 1st Generation 1.5 Manual, 4-speed". car.info.

Bibliography

  • Jubiläumsfestschrift der A. G. Bernh: Steower Stettin: 1858–1908, in: Deutsche Industrie, deutsche Kultur, vol. 6, 1908. Nr. 2. Katalog der SLUB Dresden.
  • Gerhard Maerz. Die Geschichte der Stoewer-Automobile. Kohlhammer Edition, Stuttgart. 1983, ISBN 3-17-007931-X.


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