Autokinitoviomihania Ellados

Autokinitoviomihania Ellados was a Greek manufacturer of automobiles.

Company History

The company was founded in 1975 in Athens. The founders included the Greek Fiat importer. In the same year the production of automobiles began. The brand name was A. Ellados. 1978 was a new plant in Thebes. 1984 saw a change in the law for a market collapse. Then, the production ended after 6620 manufactured vehicles. Automeccanica took over 1988 production.

Rolling stock

The first model was announced as a mini Jeep Scout 127. In series production, the model received the Fiat brand name and was first called Scout 127, later Amico 127 This was an open leisure car based on the Fiat 127, after a license from Fissore. With 6021 copies produced of this model was a great success.

1978 amended the Model 126 Poker offer. This self-developed leisure car based on the Fiat 126 came only 253 copies.

In addition, some Fiat models like the Fiat 238 and the Fiat 900 T were mounted.

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