Autovia was a brief brand of British auto from Coventry existing from 1935 to 1938 with creation beginning in 1936. The wander was goal-oriented and even incorporated setting up a school for drivers. The autos were costly and it was a business area overall served by different organizations. 44 autos were made.
The organization was made by Riley as a subsidiary to process expansive extravagance autos and another industrial facility was constructed. A 2849 cc V-8, triple camshaft motor was created from existing Riley motor squares and coupled to either a preselector gearbox purchased from Armstrong Siddeley or a traditional four rate manual unit. Drive was to the back wheels through a live pivot with worm gear last drive.
Three figure sorts were publicized, a Sports cantina, a Special Saloon with additional extra space to move around at the out of pocket of boot space and a limousine basically constructed by Arthur Mulliner. The auto was likewise accessible as an exposed skeleton.
The wander fizzled when Riley went bankrupt. When they were assumed control by the Nuffield Organisation Autovia was not revived.
There are thought to be eight of these autos remaining.
Autovia Vehicle Model list:
1936 Autovia V8