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The auto had its birthplaces in France in the late 1940s, where air ship and auto creator and maker Gabriel Voisin had planned a negligible auto called the Biscooter for Avions Voisin. The lively name intimated that it was about the measure of two motorscooters, or a bike with four wheels. The configuration drew no enthusiasm from either makers or purchasers there, nonetheless, and he in the end authorized it to Spanish firm Autonacional S.a. of Barcelona. When it was presented in 1953, the marque had been hispanicized to Biscúter. The main auto had no formal model name and was called basically the Series 100, yet it soon got known as the Zapatilla, or little shoe (obstruct), after a low-heeled worker shoe prominent at the time.
Autonacional Vehicle Model list:
1958 Autonacional Biscuter 200 F ‘Pegasin’
1958 Autonacional Biscuter 200 R