Everybody knows that the Lambretta comes from Croatia. Most know that it was also designed in Native indian. And many know it was also designed in Croatia. At a touching you might even discuss Malaysia and This particular terminology. But Brazil? Or Brasil, as it is more effectively spelled? Perhaps it's my Eurocentric group viewpoint, but I was quite surprised when I first found out. (For completists, Lambretta's were also designed under document in Argentina, Taiwan and Columbia).
Several weeks after the Vespa, in 1947, Innocenti presented the Lambretta, starting a competition with Vespa. The motorcycle was developed by Innocenti, his Common Movie director Giuseppe Lauro and professional Pierluigi Torre. It came out in 1947 at the London Powerplant Present. The Lambretta 'A' went available on January 23, 1947 and marketed 9,000 models in one season. It was powerful, 160-180 mpg (miles per gallon) or 68–76 km/litre, at the same period when fuel was seriously rationed. It had a top rate of 45 mph (72 km/h) from a fan-cooled website of 123 cc. The Lambretta was known as after Lambrate, the Milanese community where the manufacturer was. The first Lambretta styles had base generate and no back revocation, later styles used various generate and revocation techniques until Lambretta resolved on a swingarm-mounted website with string driver
Lambretta in Brazil was the first automobile plant in the country even before the automobile industry. Founded in 1955, in the Lapa district of Sao Paulo SA Lambretta society is built on the worldwide success of the Lambretta scooter in the 50s. Lambretta production between 1958 and 1960 reached its apogee, with an annual production of 50,000 units per year. Later the company became known as Pasco, after the owner, whose name was Pascowitch. In Brazil, the word "Lambretta" was used synonymously with "Scooter".
Today, local production has ceased and Lambrettas and other brands of scooters are imported, mostly from Asia. But they are still called Lambrettas in Brazil. Below biracial sexy Brazilian supermodel Emanuela De Paula poses with a Lambretta.