Intermeccanica Indra


Car-ID: XT0345
Model, Body type:
Engine Power:
5,303 CCM (169 KW / 230 BHP)
48,200 km

Vehicle Description

– 1972 Intermeccanica Indra
– red paintwork with elegant black leather interior
– unwarranted mileage of 48,000 km
– 5.3 litre 8-cylinder engine offering 169 kW (230 hp)
– wood steering wheel
– power windows
– Cromodora alloys
– benefitting from a previous renovation several years ago
– one of only 40 units built
– German registration documents and historic plates

What does a Vedic deity have in common with a sports car? The name Indra of course! The Intermeccanica Indra was produced between 1971 and 1975 by the Italian automobile manufacturer Costruzione Automobili Intermeccanica. The vehicle, designed by Franco Scaglione and constructed by Erich Bitter, used the drive train of the Opel Diplomat V8 and, like its predecessor Intermeccanica Italia, a European body. Through Intermeccanica’s collaboration with General Motors, buyers of the sports car benefited from easy availability of spare parts and assured maintenance. The design, with its long, sloping bonnet and short rear, was reminiscent of its predecessor, Italia, but it now featured folding headlights and higher rear lamps, the latter adopted from the Alfa Romeo Giulia. Among the innovations were DeDion rear axle, four disc brakes and automatic transmission. There were a total of three body styles: convertible and notchback coupe as pure two-seaters, as well as hatchback coupe with two full-fledged and two jump seats. In 1973, General Motors terminated its cooperation with Intermeccanica, resulting in the production of only 125 Indra models. Bitter then went on to develop a mechanically as well as visually similar vehicle which became much better known in Germany, the Bitter CD.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Black
  • Leather

Exterior Features

  • Red

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