World best cars by Jordi Vilaró

Oeuf Biplace from 1942 (electric egg)

Electric Oeuf (Fr. L’Œuf électrique), 125 ccm, 80 km/h. Designed and built in 1942 by Paul Arzens. A sphere of plexiglas mounted on aluminum.

Paul Arzens (1903–1990) was a French industrial designer of railway locomotives and motor cars.

Compare with Cabriolet La Baleine by Paul Arzens.

An automobile museum (Cité de l’Automobile) in Mulhouse

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World best cars by Jordi Vilaró

The Renault Juvaquatre from 1940

The Renault Juvaquatre is a small family car / compact car automobile produced by the French manufacturer Renault between 1937 and 1960, although production stopped or slowed to a trickle during the war years. The Juvaquatre was produced as a sedan/saloon until 1948 when the plant switched its full attention to the new Renault 4CV. …

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