Designed by Orazio Satta to meet the needs of a market represented by the middle class, the 1900 is the first Alfa Romeo built entirely on a production line. A modern, functional car, with outstanding characteristics, it is also cheap. Its weight is considerably reduced, thanks to the construction technique – used for the first time – of a body in which the bodyshell is one piece with the chassis. The 4-cylinder 1884 cc engine, well received even by the most demanding customers, has the same classic structure and generous performance typical of Alfa Romeo engines. The simple and functional bodywork style is characteristic of the Italian trend of the time. The model appears in various versions: as a normal saloon, a saloon TI, a sprint (with short and long wheel base), and a military off-road vehicle (the ‘Matta’ -‘Crazy’ car).
Source – Alfa Romeo