Classic Car Catalogue

NSU 1966

Prinz 4
Prinz 1000
110
Sport-Prinz
Wankel Spider
Prinz 1000 TT - nowy model
110 S / SC - nowy model

Germany

NIMBLE economical family NSU 1000L with light alloy o.h.c. engine mounted crosswise at the rear. Runs happily on regular grade fuel. Spare wheel and luggage go in the nose; the rear backrest is removable to increase cargo capacity. Anti-theft steering lock, choke reminder light are standard. Don't miss the 1000 TT, fastest Prinz of all, with 60 h.p. engine giving a 93 m.p.h. maximum. It is distinguished by four headlamps.
BIGGEST NSU built so far, the 110 has a transverse air-cooled four-cylinder engine at the rear, freeing the long nose for luggage. A longer wheelbase than on previous models gives increased interior space. The overhead camshaft five-bearing engine is combined with, gearbox and differential.
NSU are also developing a twin-rotor Wankel engine following successful experience with the single rotor type in the Prinz convertible.
(London report)

 

Prinz 4

Prinz 4 (2 cyl, 598 cm³, 30 PS; wb 2040mm)
Prinz 4L (2 cyl, 598 cm³, 30 PS; wb 2040mm)

 

Prinz 1000 and 1000 TT

1000 (4 cyl, 996 cm³, 43 PS; 2250 mm)
1000 TT (4 cyl, 1085 cm³, 55 PS; 2250 mm) - new


1000 S


1000 TT

 

Sport-Prinz

(2 cyl, 598 cm³, 30 PS; wb 2000mm)

 

Wankel-Spider

(1 rotor, 500 cm³, 50 PS; wb 2018 mm)

 

110

110 (4 cyl, 1085 cm³, 53 PS; 2440 mm)
110 S / SC (4 cyl, 1177 cm³, 60 PS; 2440 mm) - new