1947 – 1948
Pennacchio was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Milan with operations in 1947 through 1948. In 1947, the Milanese designer Pennacchio, presented a two-seater vehicle under the name Lucciola at the Milan trade fair. The three-wheeled vehicle was powered by a 250 cc 4 stroke Condor Giudetti engine (normally used in stationary type machines). The power of the engine was transmitted via a transmission chain and by the means of gears, the force then led from there to a drive wheel. This model, however, did not prevail in the market, and had to suspended production in 1948 after only a few copies were built.
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