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1955 1900 Super Berlina
1954 Giulietta Spider
1954 Giulietta Sprint
1954 Giuletta TI
1951 159
1950 1900
1938 12 C
1935 8C 2,9
1931 Cabrio 8C 2,3
1931 6C 1750
1931 8C 2,6
1930 Grand Sport Motor
1930 6C Grand Sport
1924 P2
1924 RM Sport
1920 20-30 ES
1914 La Bomba
1913 40/60 HP
1911 15 HP
1910 24 HP
1908 Darracq



  Alfa Romeo 1900




EngineIn-line four-cylinder
Displacement1885 / 1975 cm³
bore * stroke82,5/84,5 * 88 mm
Engine controldohc (chain)
CoolingLiquid
Performance66 - 85 kW (90 - 115 HP)
Nenndrehzahl5200 - 5500 rpm
Transmissionfour-speed
Front suspensiondouble wishbone
Rear suspensionrigid axle, coil springs, wishbone instead of Panhard rod
Bodybauartselve-supporting
KonstruktionOrazio Satta Puglia
Kerb weightmore than 1000 kg + driver
Top speed160 - 180 km/h
Manufactured1950 - 1959

Though this car might look like an offspring of the 6C 2500, just the engine is the same, trimmed down from six to four cylinders. The bodywork is, common for Alfa's new design, self-supporting without special body. The car is an expression of the new Alfa philosophy. The idea is to keep producing sporty vehicles with corresponding driving dynamism, yet to make them more affordable.

The new category receives the name 'Turizmo Internazionale', which will later on also grace other Alfa models (e.g., the Giulia). Probably, the designers were themselves surprised by the good aerodynamics of the bodywork, as it was surely not tested in a wind tunnel. Only this way the maximum speed can be explained. The normal buyers, however, were more interested in the car's unobtrusive virtues.



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