Brand: Le Zebre
Le Zébre was a French automobile manufacturer that operated from 1909 to 1931. The company was founded by Jules Salomon, who had previously worked for Peugeot and De Dion-Bouton.
The first Le Zébre car, called the Type A, was introduced in 1909. It was a small, lightweight car with a 10 horsepower engine and a top speed of around 35 miles per hour. Over the next few years, Le Zébre introduced several other models, including the Type B, Type C, and Type D.
During World War I, Le Zébre shifted its production to military vehicles, and after the war, it resumed production of automobiles. In the 1920s, the company expanded its lineup with larger and more luxurious models, including the Type Z and the Type Y.
However, the company struggled financially in the late 1920s, and in 1931, it was sold to the Talbot-Lago company. Talbot-Lago continued to produce some Le Zébre models for a few years before phasing out the brand entirely.