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Horch 10/50 hp Phaeton, 1925

After the Horch factory in Zwickau had laid the foundation stone for a single-model range in the autumn of 1922 with the Horch 10/35 hp, this model policy was continued from late 1924 with the successor model, the 10/50 hp. The original 10/35 hp 4-cylinder engine developed by the engineer Arnold Zoller was modified by Paul Daimler, the oldest son of Gottlieb Daimler, and fitted with an overhead camshaft in accordance with the very latest design principles.

Engine: 4-cylinder in line
Displacement: 2,612 cc
Power: 50 hp at 2,800 rpm
Maximum speed: 100 km/h
Fuel consumption: 15 litres/100 km
Price: 12,875 Reichsmarks
Series: 1924-1926
Production: 2,330 cars

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