1906 – 1907
Lux was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Turin with operations in 1906 through 1907. In 1905 Eugenio Paschetta, a bicycle manufacturer located in Turin, built a car with a 2-cylinder rear engine, a four-speed gearbox and chain drive. The brand name became "Lux". In 1906, Paschetta established the Lux automobile and bicycle factory. 1907 they closed an agreement with the French manufacturer Décauville. However, a crisis in the automotive sector prevented the launching of this contract. And again, Paschetta focused on the manufacture of bicycles and accessories.
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