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Alta

Greek company Alta produced both light and heavy three-wheeler vehicles, as well as motorbikes and passenger automobiles. In its first facility in Athens, production of motorbikes and three-wheeled vehicles powered by Sachs 50cc engines began in 1962. The dependability of the 50S motorbike type was well renowned (some survive to date in good working condition). Model A700, a bigger three-wheel vehicle with a 2-cylinder BMW 35 hp engine and a payload of 800 kg, was designed and created in 1967. The truck was one of the most popular cars of its class in Greece because of its appealing look and good dependability. Alta unveiled the A200, a three-wheeled passenger vehicle, in 1968. (Three wheelers were classified differently according to Greek law).

Alta

Greek company Alta produced both light and heavy three-wheeler vehicles, as well as motorbikes and passenger automobiles. In its first facility in Athens, production of motorbikes and three-wheeled vehicles powered by Sachs 50cc engines began in 1962. The dependability of the 50S motorbike type was well renowned (some survive to date in good working condition). Model A700, a bigger three-wheel vehicle with a 2-cylinder BMW 35 hp engine and a payload of 800 kg, was designed and created in 1967. The truck was one of the most popular cars of its class in Greece because of its appealing look and good dependability. Alta unveiled the A200, a three-wheeled passenger vehicle, in 1968. (Three wheelers were classified differently according to Greek law).

The automobile was based on the German Fuldamobil and was powered by a Heinkel 200cc engine. Under license, Attica also built the Fuldamobil in Greece. Production was transferred to a new, bigger facility in Elefsis, where the business ran until 1978.