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Le Zebre

Le Zebre

France France (1909 - 1931)
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Le Zèbre is a French car built by Bizet Constructions, a French Company founded  by Jules Salomon, Georges Richard and Jacques Bizet (son of the Composer Georges Bizet) in 1909, first at Suresnes and later at Puteaux, France.  In 1911the Company changed its name to Société anonyme des automobiles Le Zèbre. Le Zébre was a low price, very popular car that sold very well. In 1917 Jules Salomon and Jacques Bizet left the Company which pursed with the business but much less successfully. In 1924 the Company regained hope with the British engineer Harry Riccardo, who first designed  a passenger car with a diesel engine, but this model never reached production and the company shut down in 1931.


Société anonyme des automobiles Le Zèbre
origin:France France, 1909
status:Folded, 1931
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