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Alfa Romeo RL

Alfa Romeo RL Super Sport
Alfa Romeo RL Super Sport
Manufacturer Alfa Romeo
Parent company
Production 1922–1927
Assembly Italy
Predecessor Alfa Romeo G1
Successor Alfa Romeo RM
Class
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Layout
Platform FR/RWD
Engine 2.9 L I6
3.0 L I6
3.2 L I6
3.6 L I6
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Designer Giuseppe Merosi
Alfa Romeo RL


Alfa Romeo RL was produced between 1922-1927, it was Alfa's first sport model after World War I. Car was designed in 1921 by Giuseppe Merosi. Car had straight-6 engine with overhead valves. Three different versions was made: Normale, Turismo and Sport. RLTF (Targa Florio) was race version of RL and it weighted half of normal versions, engine had seven main bearings instead of four and double carburetos. In 1923 Alfa race team had drivers like Ugo Sivocci, Antonio Ascari, Giulio Masetti and Enzo Ferrari. Sivocci's car had green cloverleaf symbol on white background and when he won Targa Florio 1923, that symbol was become Alfa's good luck token to the team.

RL total production was 2640.





Variants:

  • RL Normale, 2916 cc 56 bhp (1922-1925)
  • RL Turismo, 2996 cc 61 bhp (1925-1927)
  • RL Sport, 2996 cc 71 bhp (1922-1927)
  • RL Super Sport, 2996 cc 71 bhp (1922-1927)
  • RL Super Sport Castagna, 84 bhp
  • RL Super Sport Zagato, 89 bhp
  • RL Targa Florio, 3154 cc 95 bhp (1923)
  • RL Targa Florio, 2994 cc 90 bhp (1924)
  • RL Targa Florio, 3620 cc 125 bhp (1924)



Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A., a subsidiary of the Fiat S.p.A. since 1986, car timeline, 1910-1949 Next ->
Type 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
4-cyl. 12 HP / 15 HP / 24 HP / 15-20 HP / 20-30 HP 20/30 HP RM
4-cyl. 40/60 HP
4-cyl. ES Sport
6-cyl. G1 / G2 RL
6-cyl. 6C - 1500 / 1750 / 1900 / 2300 / 2500
8-cyl. 8C - 2300 / 2600 / 2900
Racing
car
GP P1 / P2 Tipo A Tipo B (P3) Tipo C (8C-35) Tipo 308 158 / 159 Alfetta
Bi-motore 12C Tipo 512


Alfa Romeo S.P.A.
1910-1920 24hp | 40-60hp | Castagna | Torpedo | RL | RM | P1 | P2 | 6c 1500 | 6c 1750darkorange
1920-1940 1750 Drophead | 8c 2300 | 6c | 6c 1900 | 6c 2300 | 8c 2900 | 12 cylinder | P3 | 1935 Twin-engine
1940-1950 158 | 6c 2500
1950-1960 1900 | AR 51 The Matta | Disco Volante | Giulietta | 1.3 | 2000
1960-1970 Giulia | Super 1600 | TI | Sprint Speciale | Alfa Romeo TZ | Alfa Romeo GTA | Alfa Romeo 2600 | Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3 | Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale | Spider Veloce | 1750
1970-1980 Montreal (1970–1977) | Alfasud (1972–1983) | Alfetta (1972–1977) | Arna | Berlina | GTV | Guilia Nuova Super 1300
1980-1990 GTV | GTV6 | Sprint | 33 (1983–1994) | Alfa 6 (1979-1984)| 90 (1984–1986) | Alfa Romeo Milano (Euro 75) (1985–1992) | 164 (1987–1998)
1990-2000 SZ | GTV (1995–present) | Spider (1998–present) | 145 (1995–2001) | 146 (1995–2001) | 155 (1992–1998) | 156 - GTA (1997–present) | 166 (1998–present)
2000 onwards GT (2004–present) | 147 - GTA (2001–present) | 159 | 167 (2007?) | Brera (Preview-2005) | Spyder (2007?) | Kamal (Expected-2007)
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