1951 REYONNAH 175 PROTOTYPE N°1

 FOLDABLE CAR 

1951 REYONNAH 175 PROTOTYPE N°1

FOLDABLE CAR 

Please Note – This car is undergoing restoration and currently not in the museum.

 

Production Years: 1950-1952

Country: France

Number Produced: 16

Naming the car after his family name (albeit spelled backwards), Robert Hannoyer designed this car with the intention of having it be able to fold and fit into smaller spaces. Designed in a time when gas and materials were scarce in France, the Reyonnah definitely showed that it was a product of its time. With seating for two and the front wheels being able to fold under the car, the Reyonnah was a uniquely-engineered car that never made it to widescale production due to lack of a manufacturer willing to take on the project.

Tests done by Hannoyer showed that the 1951 Reyonnah 175 Prototype n°1 could travel 50 kilometers at an average speed of 95 km/h.

Learn more about the Reyonnah on Wikipedia

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