Carniti is a historic brand of motorcycles, later known for motorboats, presented in 1953 by Pietro Vassena designed car motor scooter. The device seemed indeed a scooter, but was equipped with two separate seats, each with its backrest.
The machine was powered by a 186 cc three-cylinder engine with horizontal cylinders. There was a very special drive, which was done by two axes that drove two rubber rollers, these were in the back in contact with the wheel rim. The roles were originated and placed by the driver more to the center of this disc, creating a variable transmission. Although the test runs went well and the car motor scooter also was good, it never came into mass production. Vassena, which was already known of the brands and Vassena Faini, went under the name IMV.
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