Alvis Speed

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
Speed 25 SC 1938 3571 ccm 106 156 -
Speed Twenty Vanden Plas Saloon 1935 2762 ccm - - -
Speed Twenty Sports Tourer 1934 2762 ccm - 138 -
Speed Twenty SB 1933 2511 ccm 87 143 -
Speed Twenty SA 1932 2511 ccm 90 142 -


Hurtigst: 156 km/t

Kraftigst motor: 106 HK

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Alvise Loredan

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