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Brütsch Mopetta

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Brütsch Mopetta
Brütsch Mopetta 1957.JPG
Brütsch Mopetta on display at the Automuseum Engstingen in Engstingen, Germany
ManufacturerEgon Brütsch Fahrzeugbau
DesignerEgon Brütsch
Body and chassis
Body styleConvertible
LayoutRear-wheel-drive by chain
EngineILO-Motorenwerke V50 50 cc (3 cu in) Single cylinder 2 stroke
Transmission3-speed manual
Wheelbase3 ft 4.5 in (1,029 mm)
Length5 ft 9.5 in (1,765 mm)
Width3 ft 0 in (910 mm)
Height3 ft 9.25 in (1,149.3 mm)
Kerb weight1.75 long cwt (89 kg)

The Brütsch Mopetta is an egg-shaped, single-seat, three-wheel automobile manufactured from 1956 to 1958 with a total production of 14. It was the smallest in a series of microcars designed by Egon Brütsch.

With a single wheel at the front, the Mopetta is an open roadster with a fiberglass body, with one example having a detachable, transparent, folding hood. The Mopetta used a 50 cc (3 cu in) ILO V50 engine with a pull start and an integral three-speed gearbox.[citation needed]

Top speed was tested at 22 mph (35 km/h), with an average fuel consumption of 111 mpg‑imp (2.5 L/100 km; 92 mpg‑US).[citation needed]

Each Mopetta cost £200 (c£2000, 2017) as the most produced car by Brütsch, only 5 are known to survive.[citation needed] There were negotiations with Opel to distribute the car, but only sales brochures were produced.

A Brütsch Mopetta replica is available, built in the UK with a modern Honda automatic engine.

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