Alvis was a British engineering and manufacturing company that produced luxury automobiles and military vehicles. Founded in 1919, Alvis gained a reputation for crafting elegant and high-performance cars. The company’s early success was marked by innovative engineering, including the introduction of the world’s first all-synchromesh gearbox in the 1920s. Alvis cars were characterized by their stylish designs, advanced technology, and a commitment to precision engineering. During the pre-World War II era, Alvis produced a range of sports cars and luxury saloons. After the war, the company continued to produce exclusive and handcrafted automobiles, like the Alvis TD21 and the Alvis Three Litre, catering to a discerning clientele. Alvis also played a role in military vehicle production, contributing armored cars and other military vehicles. Despite facing financial challenges in the latter part of the 20th century, the Alvis brand remains synonymous with British motoring heritage and is remembered for its commitment to quality and craftsmanship.

1919 – 1967


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