Belgian automobile manufacture Braine-le-Comte,Belgium. Produced in 1919 to 1923
The ALP was a Belgian automobile built in 1920 to 1923 by Automobiles Leroux-Pisart of Brussels.
The company from the Boulevard de Waterloo in Brussels began in 1919 with the production of automobiles. Paul Bastien was the designer who previously worked for Métallurgique .
The brand name was ALP . In 1920, the brand name Soméa was introduced for a new model . 1923 ended production.
The model 10 CV was equipped with a four-cylinder engine with 1847 cc displacement . There was also a model with 2121 cc displacement. The engines were from Decologne and Ballot , the chassis from Dyle et Bacalan .
With the Brand name Soméa .This model was presented at the Brussels Motor Show in 1920. The vehicle had a four-cylinder engine with 2018 cc capacity and OHC valve control . Only a few copies were made.