|Predecessor||Società Anonima Italiana Darracq (SAID)|
|Founded||24 June 1910 in Milan, Italy|
Alexandre Darracq/Ugo Stella|
Luca di Montezemolo (President)|
[ergio Cravero (CEO)
|Parent||Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A.|
Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A. is an Italian Car manufacturer founded on June 24, 1910 in Milan. Alfa Romeo has been a part of the Fiat Group since 1986, and since February 2007 a part of Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A. The company was owned by Italian state holding company Stituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale between the end of 1932 to 1986. The company was originally known as A.L.F.A., which is an acronym for Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili.
Trucks, and light commercial vehiclesEdit
Although Alfa Romeo is best known as automobile manufacturer it has produced also commercial vehicles, railway locomotives, tractors, buses, trams, compressors, generators, cookers, marine and aircraft engines.
In 1930 Alfa Romeo presented a light truck in addition to heavy LCVs based to Büssing constructions. In the Second World War Alfa Romeo also built trucks for the Italian army ("35 tons anywhere") and later also for the German Wehrmacht. After the war, commercial motor vehicle production was resumed. In co-operation with FIAT and Saviem starting in the 1960s different light truck models were developed. The production of heavy LCVs was terminated in 1967.
In Brazil the heavy trucks were still built for a few years by Alfa Romeo subsidiary Fábrica Nacional de Motores under the name FNM. The last Alfa Romeo vans were Alfa Romeo AR6 and AR8, which were rebadged versions of Iveco Daily and Fiat Ducato. The company also produced trolleybuses for many systems in Italy, Latin America, Sweden, Greece, Germany, Turkey and South Africa. Later, Alfa Romeo concentrated exclusively on manufacturing passenger cars.
- Romeo (1954-1958)
- Romeo 2 (until 1966)
- Romeo 3 (1966)
- A12/F12 (until 1983)
- AR8 (based on first generation Iveco Daily)
- AR6 (based on first generation Fiat Ducato)
- Alfa Romeo 430 (1942-1950)
- Alfa Romeo 500
- Alfa Romeo 800 (1940-1943)
- Alfa Romeo 900
- Alfa Romeo 950
- Alfa Romea 1900 M
- Alfa Romeo Mille (Alfa Romeo 1000)
- Alfa Romeo A19n (Saviem license)
- ↑ "2008 Half-yearly Financial Report/Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A. Torino, Page 76" (PDF) (2008). Retrieved on 2009-06-18.
- ↑ "Alfa Romeo Celebrates 90 Years Of Success". autoweb.com (2000). Retrieved on 2009-01-09.
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- ↑ "Alfa Romeo trolleybusses" (PDF). newedgeconcept.com via web.archive.org. Archived from the original on 2007-06-05. Retrieved on 2009-07-16.
- ↑ "Latin American Trolleybus Installations". tramz.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
- ↑ "Stockholm Trådbuss 20/1-1941 -- 31/8-1964". sparvagssallskapet.se. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
- ↑ "Europe - Soviet Union & Exported ZIU Trolleybuses". sptc.spb.ru. Retrieved on 2009-06-17.
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 "Le modélisme militaire italien à toutes les échelles". italie1935-45. Retrieved on 2008-01-09. (French)
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