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Russo-Baltique

Russian Federation Russian Federation (2006 - present)
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The Russo-Baltic Wagon Factory was founded in 1874 in Riga, then a major industiral centre of Russian Empire. It was one of the first Russian companies to produce cars. Between 1909 and 1915 the cars were built at the railway car factory RBVZ. After the revolution in 1917 a second factory was opened in St. Petersburg, where they built armoured cars on chassis produced in Riga. In 1922, the production was moved from St. Petersburg to BTAZ in Moscow. Russo-Baltique produced trucks, buses and cars, cars were often similar copies of the German Rex-Simplex or Belgian Fondu Trucks.

Recently the Russo-Baltique brand was exhumed in 2006 by a group of German and Russian investors to propose a luxury concept car, the Russo-Baltique Impression, billed as a coupé with strong hints of European styling of the early thirties. The car will be produced by the German company Gerg GmbH.


origin:Russian Federation Russian Federation, 2006
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