Alpine A106's summary:
- Doors: The car Alpine A106 was made only in option with 2 doors.
- Seats: The salon of the car has 2 seats.
- Alpine A106 was issued with the following types of a body: convertible (cabriolet), fixed-head coupe.
The car A106 (1955) have 530 kg
and this is the minimum weight among all modifications of Alpine A106.
The heaviest car in a production line of Alpine A106, is the model A106 Cabriolet (1959)
- its weight 555 kg.
The smallest model is A106 Mille Milles (1957) which length makes 3696 millimeters.
The longest Alpine A106 is the model A106 Cabriolet (1959), which length - the 3710 millimeters.
Alpine A106 was equipped by 4 options of engines.
The smallest engine had volume in 747 cubic centimeters and was established on
such models, as: A106 (1955), A106 (1958), A106 (1959), A106 Berlinette (1959), A106 Berlinette (1957), A106 Mille Milles (1957) and A106 Mille Milles (1957).
The most powerful engine was established on models A106 0.9 (1959), A106 900 (1958) and A106 900 (1957)
and had volume in 904 cubic centimeters.
The maximum speed of the Alpine A106 makes 154 kilometers per hour.
You will see such information on a speedometer of such models as: A106 Berlinette (1957) and A106 Mille Milles (1957).
- The car Alpine A106 is equipped with only a manual transmission.
Alpine A106 Modifications (13)