The Fuldamobil S-4 is a car model produced by the electrical engineering company Fulda GmbH under the brand Fuldamobil. It appeared in 1955 as a successor to the Fuldamobil S-2 and in 1956 it was replaced by the Fuldamobil S-6. The car was produced in parallel with the Fuldamobil S-5.
The body had room for four people in a 2 + 2 configuration. The doors were mounted on the B-pillar, (Suicide doors). At the rear of the vehicle was a tailgate that included the back window. This gave access to the luggage compartment above the rear wheels and the engine. The body parts were supplied by the United German Metal Works from Werdohl.
The air or fan-cooled single-cylinder two stroke engine of Fichtel & Sachs had a displacement of 191 cm³ which produced 10hp. It was installed in front of the rear axle, driving therear wheels. On request, there was also a three wheel design available with a single rear wheel. The top speed was 85 km/h.
Price and quantity
The price of a new car was 2780 DM. Between September 1955 and October 1956, about 168 cars were made (including Fuldamobil S-5).
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