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PTV was a trademark of the Cars Utility SA a microcar manufacturer with headquarters in Manresa , near Barcelona , Spain. The trademark PTV was at one time the second largest microcar volume sold in Spain, only surpassed by the Biscúter . In comparison with the Biscúter was more luxurious, offering right doors, two tone paint, chrome trim and wheels of 12 inches.
The first prototype was completed in 1956 and it was powered by a rear-house developed mounted 250 cc which gives 13 HP (10 kW) and a maximum speed of 95 km / h (59 mph). It was later replaced by an engine of 350 cc. However, when the license of the Fiat Fiat 600 of the construction in Spain as Seat 600 sales fell and the company reformed as AUSA Center SA, a constructor and supplier of industrial machinery and light vehicles, with headquarters in Madrid, Spain, Perpignan France Rochdale England, Hamm in Germany Alberta, Canada and Beijing, China.
The story begins with the vehicles that the brothers attacked as being developed in 1950, The Whale (The Whale) and in 1953 The Coca that were both marketed under the brand name of the Tacho.
Guillem and Antoni crossed-out were accompanied by Josep Vila Maurici Perramón, and together they founded the company Cars, commercial vehicles, SA on 4 may 1956. The trademark PTV comes from vehicle-Referred Perramón more a distinguishing number.
The PTV 250 was the first model produced. in the year 1956. It was an attractive 2-seater convertible (2 + 1 according to the advertising brochure) with a rear mounted 250 cc single-cylinder 11-horsepower (c. 8 KWmotor , and capable of reaching speeds up to 75 km / h (approximately 45 . mph) Had two versions:. either with or without doors for a total of 1,100 units were produced by the UN for 1961, which ranks as the fourth (in volume) of micro-car sold in Spain, after the Biscúter , the Goggomobil and Isetta . The prices varied between 44.500 and 55,000 pesetas . They were marketed primarily in Spain, with some units exported to Portugal .
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