NSU 5/12 hp
|Class :||small car|
|Body versions:||Phaeton , touring car, van|
|Engines:||Gasoline engine :
1.13 liters (8.8 kW)
|Wheelbase :||2210-2400 mm|
|Curb weight :||Chassis: 550 kg|
|previous model||5/11 hp|
The NSU 5/12 hp was a small car, which built the Neckarsulmer Fahrzeugwerke Aktiengesellschaft in the years 1913 and 1914.
The 5/12 hp was the successor of the small car 5/11 hp .
The engine was a four-cylinder block engine with a displacement of 1132 cc (bore × stroke = 60 × 100 mm), which made 12 hp (8.8 kW) at 1600 / min. The engine already had a pressure circulation lubrication and a magneto ignition . The force was a leather cone clutch, a to be switched to an outside scenery three-speed gear and a propeller shaft transmitted to the rear wheels. The wheelbase of the two-seater was 2210 mm and its track 1150 mm. The other bodies were mounted on chassis with 2400 mm wheelbase. The weight of the chassis was at. 550 kg, the top speed was 55 km / h.
The 5/12 hp was available as an open-top touring car with two or three seats, Doppelphaeton or van. The rectangular radiator was replaced by an oval radiator that better fit the new torpedo shape of the car. Already in 1914, shortly before the beginning of the First World War , replaced the 5/15 hp with a new engine this model.