Moskvitch G1 was a sports car from Moskvitch produced in 1951 by the engineer I. Gladilin. It was the first Moskvitch specially developed for racing. It had aluminium coachwork and was powered by a 1100 cc engine giving and a top speed of . The engine was derived from the engine used in the Moskvitch 405, but was later replaced with an engine based on the engine in the newer Moskvitch 407. To increase the power it was fitted with four carburettors from the motorcycle Izh-49. The total weight was . The G1 would be the base for later racing cars such as the Moskvitch G2.