1898 – 1904
Emanuel was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Turin with operations in 1898 through 1904. The engineer Emanuele Rosselli founded this company to manufacture motors for cars and to build motorcycles and small auxiliary engines for bicycles. End of the century he developed a 2 cylinder V engine. This 2-cylinder engine was called Optimus and was built in several versions. These motors were then incorporated into some of the Rosselli self-designed small cars. These engines had a displacement of 1075 cc. In 1904, all production ended.
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