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List of microcars by country of origin: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Country Automobile Name Manufacturer Engine Make/Capacity Seats Year Other information
Finland Finland Elcat Cityvan Elcat Electric Vehicles, Järvenpää Electric motor 1990–2002 Based on Subaru vans
Finland Finland Wiima Oy Uusi Autokeriteollisuus A.B, Helsinki 296cc 1956–1958 Prototype
France France Aerocarene 700 Aerocarene, Paris AMC 684 cc 2 1947 A prototype shown at the Salon de l'auto[1][2]
France France Aixam 325 Groupe AIXAM-MEGA, Aix-les-Bains, Savoie 1983-
France France Aixam 300 Groupe AIXAM-MEGA, Aix-les-Bains, Savoie 276 cc 2
France France Aixam 400 Groupe AIXAM-MEGA, Aix-les-Bains, Savoie
France France Aixam 500 Groupe AIXAM-MEGA, Aix-les-Bains, Savoie
France France Aixam 600 Groupe AIXAM-MEGA, Aix-les-Bains, Savoie
France France Ardex Ardex, Nanterre 1934–1958 Ardex produced a pedal car in quantity, along similar lines to Mochet's Velocar. However, so little is known about the microcars that the company produced that it is possible each example was unique[3][4]
France France Arola Type 10 / 11 / 12 Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas Sachs saxonette 47 cc 1 1976–1978 The 3-wheeled Arola Type 11 & 12 are the same as the Type 10 with very minor trim differences[5]
France France Arola SP (Super Pratique) Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas Sachs saxonette 47 cc 1 1978–1982 Almost identical to the Type 12, but in pickup truck form[6]
France France Arola Type 14 / 15 Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas Motobécane 50 cc 2 1979–1982 The 4-wheeled Arola Type 15 is the same as the Type 14 but with opening ventilation panels in the doors[5]
France France Arola Type 16 Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas 2 [7]
France France Arola Compacity Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas Motobécane 50 cc 2 1980–1982 The 4-wheeled Arola Compacity is almost identical to the Type 14 or 15 but in pickup truck form[5]
France France Arola Type 18 Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas BCB, Motobécane or Peugeot 50 cc or BCB 125 cc 2 1981–1983 The Type 18 was also available as the Type 18S with minor refinements[5]
France France Arola Type 20 Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas 2 [7]
France France Arola Type 40 Arola Sàrl, Lyon-Corbas 2 [7]
France France Minoto Arola Sàrl, Aix-les-Bains Motobécane or Peugeot 50 cc 2 1982–1983 Arola took over production of this design from Societe BEL-Motors[5]
France France Atlas Ste Industrielle de Livry (SIL), Paris 175 cc 2 1951 [1][8]
France France Avolette Air Tourist Sàrl, Paris Ydral 175 cc [a] 2 1955–1957 License built version of the Brütsch Zwerg - Einsitzer with polyester body. Optional hard or soft top[b][1][9]
France France Rollera Air Tourist Sàrl, Paris AMC 100 cc 1 1957–1958 License built version of the Brütsch Rollera[9]
France France Bellier F85 Ets. J. Bellier, Les Sables-d'Olonne, Vendée Motobécane 50 cc 2 1980- [1]
France France Bellier VX550 Bellier Automobiles, Talmont Saint Hilaire, Vendée Lombardini or Yanmar 505 cc or 523 cc 2 2001
France France Bellier VX650 Bellier Automobiles, Talmont Saint Hilaire, Vendée Yanmar 523 cc 4 2001–2005
France France Divane Bellier Automobiles, Talmont Saint Hilaire, Vendée Lombardini or Yanmar 505 cc or 523 cc 2 2001–2005
France France Opale Bellier Automobiles, Talmont Saint Hilaire, Vendée Yanmar 523 cc 4 2005-
France France Divane II Bellier Automobiles, Talmont Saint Hilaire, Vendée Yanmar 523 cc 2 2005-
France France Boitel 3 CV Populaire Automobiles Boitel, Paris 400 cc [c] 2 1938–1949 [1]
France France Cedre Société Seve-Cedre, Sainte Croix Volvestre, Ariège electric motor 5 kW (7 hp) 1975-79 [1]
France France Cedre Cedre sarl, Sainte Croix Volvestre, Ariège electric motor 5 kW (7 hp) 1979- [1]
France France C.G.E. Tudor Compagnie Générale d’Electricité, Paris electric motor 5 kW (7 hp) 1941–1946 Built with cast aluminium frame designed by Jean-Albert Grégoire[1]
France France C.H.S. SA des Usines Chausson, Asnières, Seine 330 cc 2 1948 [1]
France France Cicostar LC79 C.I.C.O. SA, Limoges, Haute-Vienne Motobécane 50 cc 1980- [1]
France France Cicostar Matic C.I.C.O. SA, Limoges, Haute-Vienne Motobécane 50 cc or Lombardini 125 cc 1980- [1]
France France Comtesse Acoma SA, Angers Motobécane 50 cc 1978- [1]
France France Citroën 2CV Citroën Various Citroën units from 375 cc to 602 cc 4 1948–1990 [10]
France France Citroën Prototype C Citroën 4 1955-56 A series of prototypes, developing the concept of a streamlined 2CV[11][12]
France France Decolon Decolon Ydral 125 cc, 175 cc or 200 cc 2 1957 [1][13]
France France Delsaux Modulo Ets N. Delsaux, Guesnain, Douai Sachs saxonette 47 cc 2 1980–1983 [1][14]
France France Delsaux Minimax Ets N. Delsaux, Guesnain, Douai Sachs saxonette 47 cc 2 1982–1983 [14]
France France Deshais Automobiles Deshais, Paris 11e [d] 2 1950–1951 [1]
France France Dolo JB 10 Etablissements B.D.G., Pierrefitte, Seine Dolo 571 cc 2 1947–1948 [1][15]
France France D.S. Malterre Type D.S. 125 Ets Malterre Frères, Paris 11e Ydral 125 cc 2 1955 A prototype shown at the Salon de l'auto[1][16]
France France D.S. Malterre Type D.S. 175 Ets Malterre Frères, Paris 11e Ydral 175 cc 2 1955 A prototype shown at the Salon de l'auto[1][16]
France France Duport Caddy Ets Duport, Saint-Ferréol, Faverges, Haute-Savoie Lombardi 510 cc 2 1977- [1]
France France Duport 511 Ets Duport, Saint-Ferréol, Faverges, Haute-Savoie Lombardi 510 cc 2+2 1981- [1]
France France Duport Parco Ets Duport, Saint-Ferréol, Faverges, Haute-Savoie Lombardi 510 cc 4 1981- [1]
France France Electro-Renard Lyons electric motor 2 1943–1946 [1]
France France Erad Sàrl Erad, Aniche, Nord-Pas de Calais 1978- [1]
France France Faure Pierre Faure, Paris electric motor 2 1941–1947 [1]
France France Flipper I S.E.A.B., Villejuif Sachs saxonette 47 cc 2 1978–1980 S.E.A.B. also manufactured the bodywork for the Citroën Méhari[17]
France France Flipper II S.E.A.B., Villejuif Motobécane 50 cc 2 1980–1984 A version without doors or roof and with larger tyres was also sold under the name Donky[17]
France France GadJet SA K.V.S. 49 cc 2 1978–1985 [1][13]
France France Kover Ste Industrielle de Livry (SIL), Paris 125 cc 2 1951–1952 [1][18]
France France Mini 2 SA K.V.S. 125 cc 2 1978–1985 [1][13]
France France Microcar MC1 Microcar SAS, Boufféré Lombardini 505 cc 2 2003- [19]
France France Microcar MC2 Microcar SAS, Boufféré Lombardini 505 cc 4 2005- [20]
France France Le Piaf Ste Industrielle de Livry (SIL), Paris 175 cc 2 1951 [1]
France France Ligier Ambra Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier Be Two Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier Be Up Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier Nova Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier JS4 Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier Nova Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier Optima Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier X-TOO Ligier, Abrest
France France Ligier X-TOO Max Ligier, Abrest
France France Mochet 100
France France Peugeot VLV
France France Valle Chantecler
France France VELAM Isetta
France France Vespa 400
France France Velocar
France France Willam

Notes

  • a. ^  Also advertised in publicity material with Ydral 125 cc or Sachs 200 cc or Maico 250 cc engines. The 250 cc version has four wheels, all others have three.
  • b. ^  One other model was listed in publicity material, 'The Avolette Compétition' with streamlined bodywork and a Maico 250 cc engine. It is not known if any were built.
  • c. ^  Replaced in 1948 with a 589 cc DKW engine.
  • d. ^  Sales literature suggested 125 cc, 250 cc or 350 cc engines were available.[21]

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 Georgano, G.N. (Editor) (1982). Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars. London: Ebury Press. ISBN 0-85223-234-9. 
  2. "(French) Aerocarene". www.auto-museum.net. Retrieved on 2007-10-07.
  3. "(French) Ardex". www.microcarfan.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-25.
  4. "Ardex". The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum. Retrieved on 2007-09-25.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 "(French) Arola". www.microcarfan.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-25.
  6. "Arola/Aixam". www.3-wheelers.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-25.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 "(Dutch) Arola". www.arolaclub.8m.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-25.
  8. "1951 Atlas "Babycar"". microcarmuseum.com. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Marshall, Tony (2001). More Microcars. Stroud: Sutton Publishing. ISBN 0-7509-2668-6. 
  10. "Citroën 2CV based vehicles". www.citroenet.org.uk. Retrieved on 2007-09-30.
  11. "(French) Rétrospective des Rétromobiles Pour la marque Citroën". Citroën Ville. Retrieved on 2007-09-30.
  12. "Citroën C8 and C10 - Cocinelle or "Goutte d'eau"". Retrieved on 2007-09-30.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 "(French) Les voitures populaires francaises des années 50 & 60". seb. le-fur. Retrieved on 2007-11-02. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "NewMapKVKVS" defined multiple times with different content
  14. 14.0 14.1 "(French) Delsaux". www.microcarfan.com. Retrieved on 2007-11-02.
  15. Le Roux, André. "Dolo". microcarmuseum.com. Retrieved on 2007-11-07.
  16. 16.0 16.1 "(French) Les voitures populaires francaises des années 50 & 60". seb. le-fur. Retrieved on 2007-11-08.
  17. 17.0 17.1 "(French) SEAB". www.microcarfan.com. Retrieved on 2007-11-25.
  18. "1951 Kover". Carcatalog. Retrieved on 2007-10-08.
  19. "(French) Microcar MC1 Range". Microcar. Retrieved on 2008-07-29.
  20. "(French) Microcar MC2 Range". Microcar. Retrieved on 2008-07-29.
  21. "(Hungarian) Deshais". Farkas Sándor. Retrieved on 2007-11-02.
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