At the Brussels Motor Show in 1934, Imperia presents the TA-9 Albatros, a 4-door sedan with a 4-cylinder 1.65-liter Adler engine.
In December the programme includes the TA-9, four-door sedan and 9 HP convertible Albatross, as well as the two-door, 995 cm3 4-cylinder, 25 HP convertible TA-7 with brake.
The company merged with Minerva in 1934.
Meanwhile, the company changes its name to Société Nouvelle des Automobiles Impéria and diversifies into the production of machine tools.
Imperia TA11, 1934-1938, 4 cylinders SV 1645cc 45 CV
POWER - CONTROL - PERFOMANCE
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