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Country Automobile Name Manufacturer Engine Make/Capacity Seats Year Other information
People's Republic of China China Shuanghuan Noble Shijiazhuang Shuanghuan Automobile Co 1.1 litre gasoline 4 2006- Sold as the Martin Motors Noble/Bubble in Europe.
Croatia Croatia DOK-ING XD DOK-ING, Zagreb 45 kW electric motor (x2) 3 2010-
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Aero Minor Letecke Zavody n.p., Jinonice Jawa 615 cc 2 1946-1952 Derived from the pre-war Jawa Minor[1][2]
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Avia Avia, Warsaw Jawa 350 cc 3 1956-1958 Avia made about 10 prototype microcars. All gave access via a sliding roof and had a similar seating arrangement to the McLaren F1.[3][4]
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Oskar 54 MOTO-VELO-sport Jawa 249 cc 2 1945-1956 [5]
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Oskar 16/250 VELO, Hradec Králové Jawa 249 cc 2 1956-1963 [6]
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Velorex 16/175 VELO, Hradec Králové ČZ 171 cc 1963-1971 [7]
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Velorex 16/350 VELO, Hradec Králové Jawa 344 cc 2 1963-1971 [8]
Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Velorex 435 VELO, Hradec Králové Jawa 344 cc 1971-1973 [9]


  1. Georgano, G.N. (Editor) (1982). Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars. London: Ebury Press. ISBN 0-85223-234-9. 
  2. "(Czech) History of Jawa, Jawa Minor II - Aero Minor". Retrieved on 2007-10-07.[dead link]
  3. Nowill, Julian (2000). East European Cars. Stroud: Sutton Publishing. ISBN 0-7509-2369-5. 
  4. "Avia 350". Archived from (Czech) the original on 2007-08-25. Retrieved on 2007-10-03.
  5. "(German) Technische Daten - Oskar 54". Retrieved on 2007-09-22.[dead link]
  6. "(German) Technische Daten - Oskar 16/250". Retrieved on 2007-09-22.[dead link]
  7. "(German) Technische Daten - Oskar 16/175". Retrieved on 2007-09-22.[dead link]
  8. "(German) Technische Daten - Oskar 16/350". Retrieved on 2007-09-22.[dead link]
  9. "(Dutch) VELOREX TECHNIEK - VELOREX 435". Retrieved on 2007-09-22.

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