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1896 Daimler Vis-à-Vis belt-driven car

With some 150 units built, Daimler’s belt-driven car was the first model of which Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft produced larger numbers. This car featured three inventions by Wilhelm Maybach: the Phoenix engine, the spray nozzle carburetor and belt drive.

• Cylinders 2
• Displacement 65 cu in
• Output 4.6 hp (3.4 kW)
• at engine speed 740/min
• Top speed 11 mph

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