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After three years of production of the Aero 10, Aero introduced an updated version of this car in 1931. The new car was called Aero 18. From the exterior appearance nothing had changed, but the motor size was increased, and HP was increased substantially from 10 to 18. Front suspension on the 18 used quarter-elliptical leaf springs, rather than the 10’s knee-action dampers. Front brakes were also added – so the car now had 4-wheel cable brakes.
Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
Drivetrain Configuration: Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Engine: Water-cooled, 662cc, two cylinders, 2-stroke, 18bhp
Top Speed: 45 mph
Years of Production: 1931-1934
Number Produced: 2,615
Original Cost: Unknown