Alcre Automotores History
Automotive manufacturer Paraná ,Argentina From 1960 to 1961.
Alcre Automotores SAIC was an Argentine manufacturer of engines and automobiles .
Alberto Credidio founded the company based in Paraná . It originally produced engines. In addition, the production of automobiles began in 1960 in cooperation with Ernst Heinkel Flugzeugwerke . The brand name was Alcre . In 1961 Only a few vehicles were created.
Susana 500 was a small two-door sedan with four seats.
A two-stroke engine from Heinkel with 452 cc capacity was mounted in the rear. and a power of 22 HP at 4,000 revolutions per minute with a speed of 95 kilometers per hour. The vehicle was at 202 cm wheelbase 342 cm long, 149 cm wide and 139.5 cm high. The curb weight was given 575 kg.
Sport Luis 700 was a sporty two-seater coupe with rear engine.with a mono tubular chassis and independent suspension on all four wheels. The three-cylinder two-stroke engine had 677 cc displacement. power of 32 HP The wheelbase was 207 cm, the length of the vehicle 375 cm, the width 152 cm, height 125 cm and the empty weight of 690 kg.