The Alpine A108 is a super-light sports car produced between 1959 and 1964. It was the first Alpine to be mass-produced, and was produced in the Coupe, Coupe 2+2 and Cabriolet with hard-top versions. The A108 was the predecessor of the famous A110, a car with a similar structure, which is distinguished by the lack of double headlights that characterizes the successor. While the (very small) dimensions settle on 3,85 x 1,46 meters, the dry weight varies from 530 to 600kg depending on the variant and engine chosen, which made the A108 one of the lightest cars of the 1960s. The engines, derived from the Renault Dauphine, are all 4 cylinders in line: a 55HP 904cc, a 59HP 845cc and a 70HP 998cc.
🏎️ Alpine A108
📍 France
🛠️ 4-cylinder in-line 904cc 55HP
🔝 Approximately 150-160km/h
💶 No longer on sale
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