The Siata 208 CS is a rear-wheel drive Italian sports car, produced from 1952-1954. It was introduced in 1952 at the Turin Motor Show. It was sold as a 2-door coupe and spyder.

The 208 series was the successor to Siata’s first foray into completely bespoke cars, the Siata Daina. It is reported that a total of 18 examples were produced. 11 had bodywork made by Balbo and the other 7 had bodywork made by Stabilimenti Farina. The cars produced by Balbo were designated “200 CS”, while the rest were designated “208 CS”.

The car was powered by a modified Fiat 2-litre V8 engine with 125-140 hp (93-104 kW), mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.