Reva (Swedish car)
Reeva was a Swedish manufacturer of automobiles.
The company, headed by Dan Werbin was resident on the estate Reeva in Lidköping. Partner was Holger Brånby. 1964 began the production of automobiles. 1968 production ended after more than 20 copies produced. Dan Werbin later worked for Volvo.
The company donated sports car manufactures. Some emerged on the chassis of the VW Beetle and were driven by the four-cylinder boxer engine of the VW. Others had a tubular frame and a V8 engine. The bodies were made of plastic.