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Alfa Montreal
EngineV-eight-cylinder (90°)
Displacement2593 cm³
Bore * stroke80 * 64,5 mm
Cylinder blockLight metal
Engine control2 * DOHC
Mixture preparationSpica-injection system
Torque270 Nm at 4750 rpm
Performance147 kW (200 HP)
Rated speed6500 rpm
Engine shapeFront engine with rear-wheel drive
TransmissionFive-speed
Wheelbase2350 mm
Tyres195/70 R 14 V
Length4220 mm
Width1672 mm
Height1205 mm
Body-designBertone
WeightApprox. 1330 kg
Maximum speedApprox. 220 km/h
Construction period1970 - 1975


World first: steering-linked rear axle

Old-timer fans so far do not really account for this car; it is still the least expensive vehicle in its category. Anyhow, this car by Marcello Gandini (Bertone) may not fear the sportive competitors of its time, except maybe for its chassis. The name is derived from the world exhibition in Montreal (Canada), where the prototype (picture 2) was introduced.

A theory about this car is interesting as it points out that the initial concept of this car included a middle engine, which was changed afterwards into a front engine. One could almost believe this, because the prototype has even more of the very striking aerial grids behind the doors than the later standard model. However, obviously there is no confirmation for this theory, rather a clear opposite standpoint of Mr. Gandini himself.

Thus we go with the front engine conception which ought to take over at first the 78-kW four cylinder (106 HP) engine and the chassis of the 105 series due to a pressure of time, but after being assigned to the small-batch manufacturing another engine derived from the Tipo 33 is chosen for, as well as a few substantial changes in the drive train. Still noteworthy is the mechanical fuel injection pump. Unfortunately, the car does not turn into a sales success.




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