A.E.R. was a French automobile manufacturer and one-time subsidiary of B.N.C.; the marque offered two cars patterned on American models. One was an sv 1991 cc six-cylinder with CIME engine; the other used a Lycoming side valve straight-eight of 4241cc and Delaunay-Belleville chassis. Unusually, suspension was by a pneumatic device which soon proved unreliable. Production ceased after one year of manufacture ( 1930), but the cars were later reissued under the name Aigle, in models using conventional suspension. ...more on Wikipedia about "A.E.R."
Aixam is a French automobile manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains. It was founded in 1983 to make microcars in the old AROLA factory after that company failed. In 1992 they started making a range of standard sized cars under the Mega brand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aixam"
Alpine was a French manufacturer of racing and sports cars which used rear mounted Renault engines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alpine (car)"
Ardex is a small French automobile manufacturer. In 1934, Ardex used the Morgan lines to produce a cyclecar, which was propelled by engines of up to 500 cc. In 1953, Ardex introduced a microcar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ardex"
Aster was a French manufacturer of automobile parts; from 1900 to 1910 the company produced chassis, though it is not known if they built complete cars. The firm whose full name was Ateliers de Construction Mecanique l'Aster from St. Denis ( Seine) exhibited a four-cylinder chassis at the 1907 Paris Salon. Among the companies for which Aster produced power units and other parts were Gladiator and Ariès in France and Argyll, Clement, Dennis, Singer, Swift, West and Whitlock. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aster (auto parts company)"
The Ateliers d'Automobiles et d'Aviation, (AAA for short) was a French automobile company based in Paris. From 1919 to 1920 it offered electric "voitures de luxe" designed along the lines of gas-based cars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ateliers d'Automobiles et d'Aviation"
Automobiles Venturi is a french manufacturer of sports cars. From the mid 1980s to the mid 1990s they built mid-engined coupés and roadsters with turbocharged PRV engines and Renault gearboxes. Engine power ranged from 210 to 260 hp for the Atlantique series. A limited edition 400 GTR was built for racing homologation requirements, and later used in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Venturi has also built the 1992 chassis for the Larrousse Formula 1 team. After going bankrupt, Venturi was bought by monegasque millionaire Gildo Pastor and presented the project for an electrical-powered sports car, the Fetish. ...more on Wikipedia about "Automobiles Venturi"
Bédélia (in English usually written as Bedelia) was the archetype of the French cyclecars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bédélia"
Berliet was a French manufacturer of automobiles, trucks and other utility vehicles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Berliet"
Bugatti Automobiles SAS is the name for an automobile manufacturer in Molsheim, Alsace, France. It is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG and was founded in 1998 as a successor to the legendary Bugatti company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bugatti Automobiles SAS"
Citroën is a French automobile manufacturer, started in 1919 by André Citroën, today part of PSA Peugeot Citroën. Its headquarters are located in Paris, rue Fructidor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Citroën"
Dangel is a French specialist automobile company based in the Alsace region. It has produced 4x4 versions of Citroen and Peugeot vehicles since 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dangel"
de Dion-Bouton was a successful French automobile manufacturer at the beginning of the 20th century. The company was founded by Albert de Dion and Georges Bouton, who began building steam-powered automobiles in 1882. These vehicles used an innovative de Dion tube semi-independent suspension rear axle, which was later used by other manufacturers. ...more on Wikipedia about "De Dion-Bouton"
Automobiles Delaunay-Belleville was a French automobile manufacturer from St. Denis sur Seine, France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Delaunay-Belleville" Just shortopedia way shortopedia
Hommell is a French Automobile manufacturer, started in 1994 by Michel Hommell, which produced a sports coupe powered by a 2.0lt Peugeot engine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hommell"
Ligier is a French automobile maker created by former racing driver and rugby player Guy Ligier. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ligier"
Matford was a car and truck manufacturer in France from 1934 to 1939. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matford"
Mathis was a firm founded by Émile Mathis in Alsace that produced experimental cars between 1898 and 1903. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mathis"
Mécanique Avion TRAction or Matra was a French company covering a wide range of activities mainly related to aeronautics and weaponry which from 1994 was a subsidiary of Lagardère Group and which now operates under that name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matra"
Microcar is a French microcar manufacturer. It belongs to the French Bénéteau group, which specializes in sailing. Production of vehicles began September 2000 at a custom-built factory. ...more on Wikipedia about "Microcar (brand)"
Panhard, originally Panhard et Levassor, is a French automobile manufacturer. It was established in 1889, making this the first automobile manufacturing company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Panhard"
Peugeot is a major French car brand which is today part of PSA Peugeot Citroën. Peugeot's roots go back to bicycle manufacturing at the end of the 19th century. Its headquarters are located in Paris, avenue de la Grande Armée. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peugeot"
Unic was a French car manufacturer firm founded by Georges Richard in 1906 after having left Richard-Brasier. ...more on Wikipedia about "Unic"
VELAM (Véhicular léger à Moteur, or "light vehicle with motor")was a French automobile manufacturer that made VELAM microcars under the licence of the Isetta from the Italian Iso. Powered by a 236 cc engine, it was capable of speeds in excess of 50 m.p.h. ...more on Wikipedia about "VELAM"
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