|1923 to 1925|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||1,074 cc four cylinder|
|Transmission||Three speed manual|
|Wheelbase||96.5 in (2,450 mm)|
|Length||134 in (3,400 mm)|
The Amilcar CGS Grand Sport was a popular inter war lightweight sports car, manufactured by the French automobile maker Amilcar between 1923 and 1925. A response to the successful Salmson VAL3 series, the "C Grand Sport" was developed from the Amilcar C.The CGS had a longer, more rigid chassis, and improved brakes in addition to its bigger engine.
Its 1,074cc, 30 bhp, side valve engine with an aluminium head gave it a listed top speed of at least 120 km/h (75 mph), and could be tuned for better performance. Four-wheel brakes were fitted.
A lowered and higher tuned version, the CGSS, the second S standing for surbaisse (lowered), was also made. Around 4,700 of both types were made.