The Reyonnah Cycle Car

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Reyonnah is a former French automaker. It produced 16 cycle-car style vehicles between 1951 and 1954.

The company was established by a Parisian called Robert Hannoyer. Its name was the ananym of its founder’s name.


The only model was a small four-wheeled vehicle with a relatively wide track at the front and a narrow track at the rear. The vehicle offered space for two, seated one behind the other, following the same basic lay-out as the better known Messerschmitt “Bubble-car”. Weather protection came from a hood which could be partially opened to expose only the driver to the weather (in a style dubbed "a la Milord" by at least one commentator) or fully folded back if the passenger in the back also wished to travel roofless. A single-cylinder engine from AMC or Ydral of 175 cc or 125 cc powered the rear axle via a three speed manual gear box…

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