ENASA (Empresa Nacional de Autocamiones S.A.)
Predecessor Hispano-Suiza
Successor Iveco
Founded 1946
Defunct 1990
Headquarters , Spain
Products trucks, buses and military armoured vehicles
Parent Instituto Nacional de Industria (INI)
Divisions Pegaso, Sava

ENASA (Empresa Nacional de Autocamiones S.A.) was a Spanish vehicle manufacturing company, incorporated in 1946 having bought the automotive assets of the Spanish arm of Hispano-Suiza. It produced trucks, buses and military armoured vehicles under the Pegaso and, for a short while, Sava brands. Enasa belonged to the state-owned Instituto Nacional de Industria (INI) industrial holding company. In 1990 Enasa was sold to the Italian company Iveco (a subsidiary of the Fiat group).

The company bought the UK firm of Seddon Atkinson in ? and combined it with the Pegaso operations.

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