The Hispano-Suiza H6 Sedan 1921 was a grand piece of automotive art, an icon of the golden age of 1920s motoring. Its timeless design was derived from some of the most advanced engineering and aesthetics of its era, as well as from classic Hispano-Suiza elements. Drawing inspiration from horse-drawn carriages, it featured strong lines and bold angles with an elegantly tapered hood and a special front shield which set it apart from other automobiles on the road. The Hispano-Suiza H6 was powered by a 6-cylinder, 4.8 litre, sleeve-valve engine which offered plenty of power and torque, enabling it to reach a top speed of 90 km/h and a range of 300 km on a single tank of fuel. It employed a planetary gearbox that allowed for smooth shifting and offered an impressive level of control. The car featured a luxurious interior featuring supple leather upholstery, a walnut dashboard and wooden trim, along with beautifully detailed metal accents. It had a range of modern amenities, including electric lighting, a folding roof and a heater. In terms of its exterior design, the Hispano-Suiza H6 was beautifully stylistic and highly sophisticated. It was fitted with wire-spoked wheels, big, bulbous headlamps, sleek fenders and an attractive radiator. The overall impression was one of class, luxury and refinement, reflecting its status as one of the most desirable cars of its era.
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