|Manufacturer||Austin Motor Company|
|Also called||Austin 25-30 hp|
|Assembly||Longbridge plant, Birmingham, , United Kingdom|
|Engine||4-cylinder 5,182cc T-head|
|Successor||Austin 40 hp|
The Austin 25/30 (or 25-30 hp) was the first automobile produced by the newly established Austin Motor Company in 1906.
The 25/30 was manufactured for a year with a total of 67 cars produced and was replaced by the Austin 40 hp in 1907.
The 4-cylinder 5,182 cc (316 cu in) T-head engine with 4.75in bore x 5in stroke was limited to 900 rpm. The transmission was chain-driven (later model bevel gears) fitted with a four-speed gearbox.