Auverland

(AWD Truck Manufacturers, history, logo, PADRES DEL AUTO)

Auverland In 1957 Bernard Cournil built a prototype of the cross-country Cournil Type JA1, which went into low--series production the following year. In 1978 the production was taken over by Gevarm, and in 1980 by Societe I. d. M. I., which in 1983/84 changed the brand name from Cournil to Autoland. In 1985 Auverland, a company formed in 1984, took control of the production. Since that time the vehicles have been marketed under the Auverland label. In January 2005 Auverland took over from PSA the arms company Panhard. The A3 and the A3L (extended by 15 cm), manufactured since 1987, are available as 2- or 4-seat softtops or hardtops, equipped with Peugeot 1.9-liter 90 hp turbo diesel engines (140 km/h). The company's product range includes also two basic pick-up versions (the A3SL is longer than the A3L by 100 cm) and the 4-seat open or softtop A3 VRI jeep, with an altered body, intended exclusively for army use. In 2001 Auverland presented the open A3 12 F5 jeep with a completely new body. The vehicle houses a TD 1.9-liter hp unit and is released as the 4-seat A3F and the A3FL, stretched by 126 cm. In the years 1996-2002 the company manufactured the small A5 hatchback, and in the years 1997-2003 - the 5-door A4 station wagon.

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(Land Locomotion – Mechanical Vehicle Mobility LL-MVM)
The Contact telephone: 8-903-110-70-97 - Anatily Petrovich
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