1911 – 1913
Feroldi was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Turin with operations in 1911 through 1913. In 1911, Enrico Feroldi founded the carburetor works and in 1913 we presented a self-engineered automobile. This 4-cylinder model was strongly resembled the Fiat Zero. The capacity of the 3306 cc engine produced 30 bhp at 2200 rpm and made. The fuel supply became a patented Feroldi carburetor and the drive included a 4-speed transmission and shaft drive. The dashboard was not like most models out of wood, but was cast from aluminum. After only a shot time the production of automobiles was halted and focused only on the design and manufacture of carburetors.
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