|Manufacturer||Austin Motor Company|
|Also called||Austin 15-20 hp|
|Assembly||Longbridge plant, Birmingham|
|Engine||4399 cc 4-cylinder|
|Wheelbase||2,972 mm (117.0 in)|
|Kerb weight||864 kg (1,905 lb)|
The Austin 15/20 (or 15-20 hp) was the second automobile produced by the newly established Austin Motor Company in 1906 after the initial 25/30 model.
Only four models of the 15/20 were manufactured and the model was quickly replaced by the Austin 18/24 in 1907.
The 15/20 had a wheelbase of 2,972 mm (117.0 in) and weighed 864 kg (1,905 lb). It was powered by a 4.4-litre (4399 cc) 4-cylinder engine.