For the 1911 model year, Auburn once again offered vehicles in a variety of two- and four-cylinder configurations, though this was the last year for the two-cylinder Auburn. The pride and joy of the line was the redesigned 40 series, upon which Auburn centered most of its marketing efforts. The vehicle featured here is the highest-priced and heaviest Auburn of the year, the Model N Four-Door Touring Car. This is the largest automobile that the company had produced thus far; the flush-sided body had plenty of room for five passengers. With 40 horsepower at its disposal, this large touring car had plenty of power to go and only two-wheel mechanical brakes to stop. Technical: This Model N Touring Car weighs in at 2,700 pounds and rests on a 120-inch wheelbase chassis. The cost of this vehicle new was $1,750. The new chassis feature in 1911 was the introduction of ¾ elliptical rear springs. The gas tank holds 18 gallons and is located under the front seat.