|1934 to 1938|
|Manufacturer||Austin Motor Company Limited|
|Production||August 1934—mid 1938 Longbridge|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||saloon, limousine|
|Engine||3,397 cc (207 cu in) Straight-six|
|Wheelbase||11' 4" 136 in (3,500 mm) track 4' 9¼" 57.25 in (1,454 mm)|
|Length||16' 7" 199 in (5,100 mm)|
|Width||5' 10½" 70.5 in (1,790 mm)|
|Height||6' 4" 76 in (1,900 mm)|
In 1934 the Austin Twenty had a entirely new frontal design including a longer bonnet and new-shaped radiator and rear panelling". Syncromesh on all but first gear. Flush direction indicators with automatic return. Bumpers are fitted fore and aft. The spare wire wheel and its tyre are now carried in the boot and the luggage platform on the door can be swivelled to one side. Dip and switch of the headlamps is controlled by a foot button. The Jackall four-wheel hydraulic jacks, workable from inside the car, will raise all four wheels at once or the front and back ones in pairs. The brakes are of Girling type.
The engine has been greatly improved in its running as to its smoothness and refinement probably due to the revised carburation. Syncromesh is often obstructive for second gear. The landaulette will do about 65 miles an hour in top gear. Price £650, landaulette and limousine.
- 1933— 629
- 1934— 491
- 1935— 555
- 1937— 380