1905 – 1907 (France)
Gallia was one of the most successful electric car of the period 1905-1908, placing on the market by the French Electric Company. Very similar to the famous Krieger vehicles, Gallia had the form of a cab with a single seat for the driver. It was equipped with several engines fitted on the rear axle with the battery housed under the floor. A slightly different version, called Galliette, was designed with a two-seater body with a false cover for housing the batteries. Progress of the gasoline engines had put them out of business.
1907 - 1909 (Italy)
Gallia (Società Italiana Vetture Elettriche Gallia) was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Turin with operations in 1907 through 1909. The company acquired the patents from the French company Electrique for the construction of the Gallia and Galliette automobiles. The Gallia model had two engines with no differential whereas the Galliette model however had one engine and delivered the power to the wheels via a cardan shaft to the rear axle. Two years after manufacturing began the production was abandoned and the plant closed.
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