Alvis ALVIS Speed 25 (1936-1940)

Alvis ALVIS Speed 25 (1936-1940)

Quick Facts

Made by:

Alvis

Chassis code:


Production Total:

391

Launched:

1936

Last on sale:

1940

Price (when new):

€805

Drive System: FR  

About the '36 ALVIS Speed 25

When the Alvis range was realigned in 1936, the 3½-litre became the 4.3-litre, while the Speed 20 became the Speed 25. With the opposition closing in on the Speed 20, Alvis took the 3½-litre’s engine and married it to the Speed 20’s chassis. Chassis-wise, the Speed 25 received new springs and dampers in an attempt to help control the new, substantially more powerful version. The body-frame was redesigned by Cross and Ellis, and the result was a sleek and highly desirable Alvis that found favour with a wide range of enthusiastic new buyers.

Information from Octane Magazine.

Specifications

Manufacture

Alvis

Dimensions (mm)

Length: 4229mm
Width: 1651mm
Height: 1600mm
Wheelbase: 3124mm
Ground Clearance:

Speed / Acceleration

Top Speed (kmh): 92mph
0-60mph: 10.4s
0-100mph
1/4 mile:
60-0mph:

Other

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Economy (mpg):
Fuel Tank Capacity:
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Power

BHP: 115bhp
Maximum Power:
Maximum Torque:
Weight: 1831kg
Power/Weight Ratio:

Engine Specs

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