Monte Carlo Automobile

Monte Carlo Automobile is a Monegasque manufacturers of automobiles.

Company History

Fulvio Maria Ballabio founded the company in 1983 in Monte Carlo for racing. The plant is located in the district of Fontvieille. The racing department called Monte Carlo Motorsport, and went sporadically under the name Écurie Monaco at race of Formula 3000 Championship at the start. 1988 began the development of a road vehicle. The brand name is Monte Carlo. 1993, there was a connection to Tako Industries of Georgia, wanted to market vehicles as MiG, and 1996 Aixam from Aix -les- Bains.

Rolling stock

The first road car was the MCA Centenaire, which was the occasion of the centenary of the Automobile Club of Monaco presented in 1990. The body of the sports car consisted of carbon fiber. In the prototype, a twelve-cylinder engine of Lamborghini with 455 hp was used. The production version had a GTB designed by Carlo Chiti V12 engine with 4000 cc capacity, which made ​​720 hp with the help of two turbochargers. One source mentions a factory price of $ 500,000.

The open Beau Rivage was cheaper. A V12 engine with 3500 cc capacity made ​​without turbo 450 hp.

2008 ALA appeared 50 A V8 engine with 4500 cc and 650 HP for the drive.