Originally formed as a car manufacturing company in 1906 named Società Anonima Italiana Darracq (SAID), Alfa Romeo has been involved the manufacture of various types of products and automobiles. During 1915, Alfa Romeo was also involved in the production of military hardware like aircraft engines, munitions and generators etc. for the allied war effort during the First World War. Apart from cars Alfa Romeo is currently involved in the production of various other automobiles like buses, trucks, vans and trolleybuses etc.
The below list contains the models of the various automobiles manufactured by Alfa Romeo.
Alfa Romeo 40A
The first bus manufactured by Alfa Romeo, the Alfa Romeo 40A uses a 4 cylinder engine that produced 45 HP. The 40A comes with 2 different seating capacities of 40 and the double version that seats 70 people.
Alfa Romeo 80A
Alfa Romeo 80A featured a 52 HP engine and a longer body than the 40A. The luxury bus featured wooden seats, double doors and a specially positioned driver’s seat.
Alfa Romeo 85A
Produced at the beginning of 1930’s, Alfa Romeo 85A was based on the body of a Macchi. The bus was powered by a 6 cylinder engine that produced 100 HP.
Alfa Romeo 110A
Alfa Romeo 110A was produced between 1934 and 1950 for providing public transport needs in Milan. The Bus’ engine produced 140 HP and had 28 seats and 2 doors. Image Credits @ piccolegrandiruote
Alfa Romeo 140A
Produced between 1950 and 1958, Alfa Romeo 140A was produced for use in public transport in Milan. The 140A was available in two sizes with 32 and 46 seats. The engine is a 12,517 CC that produces 140 and 163 HP. Image Credits @ Beast 1
Alfa Romeo 150A
Alfa Romeo 150A was based on the same chassis as the 140A and was produced in 1958. The bus was basically an improved version of the 140A with a 1610 CC Engine.
Alfa Romeo 430A
Alfa Romeo 430A was produced from 1949 to 1953. The bus had two doors and a seating capacity of 22 with room for 30 people to stand. The bus’ engine produced 130 HP. Image Credits @ Beast 1
Alfa Romeo 500A
Alfa Romeo 500A was manufactured between 1945 and 1948. The bus could seat 26 passengers and was powered by an engine that produced 130 HP.
Alfa Romeo 900A
Produced between 1952 and 1956, Alfa Romeo 900A was powered by a 1606 Cc engine that produced 130 HP. The Caprino, Macchi and Grandturismo were the different versions of this bus produced between 1952 and 1956.
Alfa Romeo 902A
Powered by a gasoline fueled engine, Alfa Romeo 902A was produced between 1957 and 1958. The 902A featured a 1606 CC engine that produced 130 Hp and could seat 40 passengers.
Alfa Romeo Mille
Alfa Romeo Mille was produced between 1960 and 1964 and had a 6 cylinder 163 Hp engine.
Alfa Romeo 50
The truck was manufactured in partnership with German manufacturers Büssing between 1931 and 1934. Alfa Romeo 50 is powered by a 6 cylinder, 80 HP engine and the maximum speed is 33 Km/h.
Alfa Romeo 85
The updated version of the model produced with Büssing, Alfa Romeo 85 is powered with an 11,560 CC 4 cylinder engine.
Alfa Romeo 110
Alfa Romeo 110 was an updated version of the 85, with a 10 ton tri-axle. The truck was powered by a 125 Hp engine.
Alfa Romeo 350
Alfa Romeo 350 was intended to replace the 110 as they were too heavy and expensive to produce. The 350 was powered by a 6 cylinder engine that produced 85 HP.
Alfa Romeo 430
Alfa Romeo 430 was 5 ton truck produced in 1942 and 1950. The truck was produced in both civilian and military versions and was powered by a 5.8 liter Straight-4 diesel engine. Image Credits @ jrug
Alfa Romeo 500
The 3 ton truck was produced between 1937 and 1945 and was probably the last conventional truck produced by Alfa Romeo. Alfa Romeo 500 was powered by a 6 cylinder 6100 CC diesel engine that produced 75 HP.
Alfa Romeo 800
Alfa Romeo 800 was powered by a 6 cylinder, 8,725 Cc engine that produced 108 HP. Both military and civilian models of the truck were available and the truck could reach a top speed of 50 km/h. Image Credits @ Werner keifer
Alfa Romeo Mille
Produced between 1958 and 1964, Alfa Romeo Mille is an 8-11 ton truck by Alfa Romeo. The Mille is powered by an 11 liter engine that was available in 163 HP and 174 HP variants. Image Credits @ marvin 345
Alfa Romeo 110AF
Alfa Romeo 110AF was produced between 1939 and 1944. The 110AF was used in big cities and was considered to be a really comfortable vehicle back in the days.
Alfa Romeo 140AF
Alfa Romeo 140AF trolleybus was produced between 1949 and 1960. The 140AF was quiet popular during the 60s in Italy and was produced in 20 different variants.
Alfa Romeo 800AF
Alfa Romeo 800AF was produced during 1950 to 1954 and was intended to replace the 140AF. The vehicle was designed due to the increasing fuel prices following the Second World War and contains electric generators for more fuel efficiency.
Alfa Romeo 900AF
Produced between 1955 and 1957, Alfa Romeo 900AF was simply an updated version of the 800AF with more seating capacity for the passengers.
Alfa Romeo Mille AF
One of the most famous trolleybuses produced by Alfa Romeo. The Mille AF was introduced in 1963 to 1964. The Mille AF was powered by a 165 horsepower 11,050 Cc engine.