Porsche 356 1500 Cabriolet 1952 Design Interior Exterior

Porsche 356 1500 Cabriolet 1952 Design Interior Exterior – 1952 autos likewise includes ventilated circle haggles trim rings that were regular on fare models. The auto likewise got completely coordinated front and back cook’s garments that stretched out underneath the guards. The guards themselves were expanded with vast protects and highlighted elastic strips. Little changes in the inside incorporated another 6000 rpm tach which supplanted the clock, littler gage bezels, and moved turn switch from the dashboard to the controlling segment.

The 1500 was Porsche‘s most up to date motor which was immediately fitted with 40 PIBC Solex carburetors to deliver 60 bhp @ 5000 rpm in 1952. These held the Hirth roller-bearing crankshafts which gave Porsche enough leeway to broaden their motor to 1500cc. Most autos from 1952 until the 356A of 1956 were controlled by the 1500 motor however some cleared out the plant with the littler 1.1 and 1.3-liter motors.

At the time the Porsche was valued over the Jaguar XK120 and situated itself as a games extravagance model with leaning back seats, Telefunken radio and an incredible level of trim by Karosserie Reuter. This expanded expense was an essential motivation behind why Max Hoffman persuaded Porsche to make a stripped out Speedster for the American business sector.

body type 2 seater convertible/cabriolet
number of doors 2
mm inches
wheelbase 2100 82.7
track/tread (front) 1290 50.8
track/tread (rear) 1250 49.2
length 3850 151.6
width 1660 65.4
height 1300 51.2
length:wheelbase ratio 1.83
fuel tank capacity 52 litres 11.4 UK Gal 13.7 US Gal
engine type naturally aspirated petrol
engine manufacturer Porsche
engine code 527
cylinders Flat 4
capacity 1.5 litre
1488 cc
(90.803 cu in)
bore × stroke 80 × 74 mm
3.15 × 2.91 in
bore/stroke ratio 1.08
overhead valve (OHV)
2 valves per cylinder
8 valves in total
maximum power output 60 PS (59 bhp) (44 kW)
at 5000 rpm
specific output 39.7 bhp/litre
0.65 bhp/cu in
maximum torque 102 Nm (75 ft·lb) (10.4 kgm)
at 3000 rpm
specific torque 68.55 Nm/litre
0.83 ft·lb/cu3
engine construction
sump wet sumped
compression ratio 7:1
fuel system 2 Solex 40 PBI carburettors
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 861.4 kPa (124.9 psi)
engine coolant Air
unitary capacity 372 cc
aspiration Normal
compressor N/A
intercooler None
catalytic converter N
maximum speed 170 km/h (106 mph)
engine position rear
engine layout longitudinal
drive wheels rear wheel drive
torque split N/A
wheel size front 3¼D x 16
wheel size rear 3¼D x 16
tyres front 5.00-16
tyres rear 5.00-16
brakes f/r Dr/Dr
front brake diameter 230 mm
rear brake diameter 230 mm
gearbox 4 speed manual
top gear ratio 0.8
final drive ratio 4.43

Porsche 356 1500 Cabriolet 1952 Design Interior Exterior

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