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Below is a list of all Amilcar cars & models that have come out so far. This Amilcar vehicle model list includes photos of Amilcar vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Amilcar cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Examples of items on this list include Amilcar Compound and Amilcar CGSS This list of car models made by Amilcar is a great way to see how Amilcar has evolved over the years. Amilcar types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.
- The Amilcar Compound is a front wheel drive car with unitary body/chassis introduced shortly before World War II by Amilcar after their takeover by Hotchkiss. It was designed by the famous French engineer Jean-Albert Grégoire.... more
- The Amilcar C4 is a light sporting car designed for road use made between 1922 and 1928 by the French Amilcar company. The chassis is a lengthened version of that of the Amilcar CC model. Coachwork for this vehicle was originally made only by external builders and sent to the factory. It is powered by a 1043 cc four-cylinder engine with a 58.0 millimetres bore, a 95.0 millimetres stroke, and a magneto ignition. The vehicle has three speeds and runs on rear wheel drive. The suspension uses semi-elliptic leaf springs in both the front and real as well as fitted friction type dampers.... more
- The Amilcar CC was a light sporting car produced by the French Amilcar company from 1922 to 1925. It was powered by a 903 cc four-cylinder, side-valve, engine developing 18 bhp.... more
- The Amilcar CGSS was a sporting car made by the Amilcar company from 1926 to 1929. The second S stood for surbaisse and the car was a lowered version of the CGS. The 1,074 cc four-cylinder engine from the CGS was fitted but in a slightly higher state of tune delivering 35 hp. It was also available with a Cozette supercharger for those who needed more power. Thus equipped, a CGSS won the 1927 Monte Carlo Rally. Driven by Lefebvre, it started from Königsberg. 4,700 of the CGS and CGSS were made.... more