Benz 21/50 PS - Benz 16/50 PS

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Benz 21-50 PS in the German Museum of Technology Berlin (2017) .jpg
21/50 PS
Production period: 1914–1920
Class : upper middle class
Body versions : Limousine
Engines: Otto engine :
5.3 liters (37 kW)
Long: 4940 mm
Width: 1720 mm
Height: 2400 mm
Wheelbase : 3560 mm
Empty weight : Chassis:
1300 kg
successor Benz 16/50 PS

The Benz 21/50 PS was the first six-cylinder model from the manufacturer Benz & Cie.

The car was fitted with a six-cylinder in-line engine with 5340 cc capacity, the 50 HP (37 kW) at 1650 min -1 developed. The engine power was passed on to a four-speed gearbox via a leather cone clutch and from there to the rear wheels via a cardan shaft. The maximum speed was 82 km / h, the gasoline consumption 23 l / 100 km.

The vehicles were equipped with leaf-sprung rigid axles and wooden or wire-spoke wheels.

Those

Werner Oswald: Mercedes-Benz Passenger Cars 1886–1986 . 4th edition. Motorbuch Verlag Stuttgart (1987). ISBN 3-613-01133-6 , p. 57