The T49 is a car produced from 1922 to 1930 by the Spanish automaker Hispano-Suiza.
Profile and History
The T49 was introduced as a cheaper model than the contemporary H6B. Its lines were elegant, regardless of the coachbuilder who's task it was to build the body.
The T49 was also equipped with a six-engine with a capacity of 3746 cm ³. The engine had two valves per cylinder driven by a camshaft in the head. The lighting was a double spark plug per cylinder. The engine was also fitted with a double body carburettor.
The T49 had some success, but nothing compared to the immense popularity of the H6.
Production was ceased in 1930.