London Concours 2018. A walk around the 1911 Fiat S76.

What an absolute amazing vintage car, classic car.  This 1911 Fiat S76, also known as ‘the Beast of Turin’ won car of the show at the 2018 London Concours.

This Fiat S76 was build by Fiat to break the land speed record in 1911. Its colossal 28.5-litre inline-four engine is the largest purpose-built car engine ever, and produces around 300hp. In 1911, it set a two-way speed record of 116mph, and was also clocked at 135mph on a later run, but disqualified because it couldn’t complete the return leg.

For more information on the London Concours, including photos, reviews and history go here.

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