ARH (ALBISA HUGAR)
Automotive manufacturer of Madrid,Spain from 1969 to 1972.
ALBISA HUGAR was a Spanish manufacturer of sports automobiles .
José Ramón Almagro and Antonio Bienvenida were the directors of Albisa, Spanish Simca-Chrysler importer based in Madrid . José Ramón Almagro and Antonio Bienvenida started producing automobiles in Madrid in 1969 and were supported by Simca . Ricardo Huertas was the designer. After a serious accident at the Rally de Avila, Simca-Chrysler withdrew its support for the project. End of 1972, production ended.
The only model was the ARH Cóndor. It was a coupe with fiberglass body . The four-cylinder engine with either 1200 cc or 1600 cc capacity made up to 125 hp and came from Simca.The vehicles were also used in sports car racing and rallies. In total, including the racing versions, eight vehicles were produced.
Automotive manufacturer of Spain from 1969 to 1972.