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The 34/80 PS was a car produced by the great luxury carmaker German Opel from 1914 to 1916.

The 34/80 PS was introduced at the beginning of 1914 as a successor to the 34/65 PS, out of production at the end of the previous year. Compared to the car that went to replace the 34/80 PS was larger as the interior space available for passengers, more powerful and more handsome. The 34/80 PS was built from a ladder-frame chassis and auxiliary frames in steel. On this frame were fixed the suspension rigid axle and leaf springs in three quarters: the latter andavno to replace the semi-elliptic leaf springs which are present on the 34/65 PS. Classic tape the brake system acting on the shaft universal joint. The shaft universal joint was part of the usual pattern of transmission, diagram which also included a clutch cone skin, instead of the metal cone mounted on the 34/65 PS, and a change to 4-speed transmission. The engine benefited from measures to make it more modern and handsome: the architecture motoring was the same as the previous models, namely a 4 -cylinder paired with headboard available in cast iron and alloy crankcase of aluminum. The displacement was 8760 cm ³, while the distribution was obviously side-valve: at that time were still very few homes that have already proved themselves with overhead valves. The power grew to maximum 85 hp at 1300 rev / min. The maximum speed was 110 km / h, then a tip velocistica typical of the flagships top of the line, just as in the case of 34/80 PS. The 34/80 PS was available in several body variants: in addition to the classic limousine, landaulet and double- phaeton, you can have also the versions that were a mix between the last two. The 34/80 PS was produced until the end of 1916 was the last Opel engine with over 8 liters of displacement, so he had no heirs.