The 4-seater Škoda Sagitta (typ 911) was created in 1937. The car was equipped with a two-cylinder 845 cc engine with a power of 15 hp and a three-speed manual gearbox. The drive power was transmitted to the rear wheels via the cardan shaft.
It could reach speeds of up to 70 km/h. The body, made of wood and steel, was similar to Škoda Popular. Mass production didn’t start, but 7 prototypes were made, including several convertibles and coupe, as well as one sedan. The version with sedan body appears to be the only surviving vehicle and now in the Skoda Museum.
- Engine volume: 845 cc
- Bore × stroke: 80 × 84 mm
- Power: 11 kW
- Maximal speed: 70 km/h
- Fuel consumption: 5.5 l/100 km
- Dimensions: 3400 mm × 1320 mm × 1420 mm
- Wheelbase: 2100 mm
- Curb weight: 580 kg