Alvis was a pre-war car manufacturer and existed until 1967. The Alvis Speed 25 was a very special car back in 1937. With its big six cilinder engine it was able to generate 110hp. This made it possible to reach an amazing, for that time, top speed of 160 km/h.
The Alvis you see on the left was prepared to compete in rallies and tuned to 175 horsepower. The first owner won 8 out of 9 rallies he competed in.
Since we started with the first Alvis Speed 25 Special the cars have competed in several rallies like the Flying Scotschman rally and the Alpine rally. The Alvis Speed 25 Special is a car from 1937 and MOTO Classic specialized in tuning the engine and upgrading the car so that it's able to compete in the rallies.