NSU 5/10 hp
|Class :||small car|
|Body versions :||Phaeton , touring car ,van|
Gasoline engines :1.10-1.13 liters
The NSU 5/10 hp was a small car, the Neckarsulmer Fahrzeugwerke Aktiengesellschaft built in 1910 and 1911.
The 5/10 hp was the first small car manufacturer. There were two versions, first with two and then four-cylinder engineproduced.
The two-cylinder model had a block engine with a displacement of 1105 cc (bore × stroke = 75 × 125 mm), which made 10 hp (7.4 kW) at 1400 / min. The engine already had a pressure circulation lubrication and a magneto ignition . The power was transmitted to the rear wheels via a leather cone clutch, a three-speed gearbox to be shifted on an external link, and a cardan shaft . The wheelbase was 2100 mm, the track 1150 mm and the length of the vehicle 3300 mm. The weight of the chassis was at. 550 kg, the top speed was 50 km / h.
The four-cylinder model had a block engine with a displacement of 1132 cc (bore × stroke = 60 × 100 mm), which also made 10 hp (7.4 kW), but at 1600 / min. The remaining drive data, as well as the size ratios, corresponded to those of the two-cylinder model.
Both vehicles were available as Phaeton, Doppelphaeton or van.
The two-cylinder model was built in 1910 and was soon gone from the market. The four-cylinder model was more successful because it made it easier to understand. It was also manufactured in 1911. In the same year replaced the 5/11 hp , again with two or four-cylinder engine available, these models.