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Mors

Mors

France France (1880 - present)
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Mors was a French car manufacturer founded in the early 1880s. Run by the Mors family, father and two sons, they were one of the firsts to see the potential of motor racing for the development of the technical car aspects and also for promotional purposes. At the turn of the century, Mors and Panhard were the top racing marques. Andre Citroen became in charge of Mors in 1907, to avoid bankruptcy, and he managed to make the company profitable in a couple of years. Mors was the first company to use a V engine, in 1908. In 1925, Citroen closed Mors to use its factory to produce Citroen cars. During the World War II, some electrical vehicles were manufactured by its subsidiary Émile Mors.

 


origin:France France, 1880
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