Zamba (Ergo diseño) History
Ergo diseño was an Argentine manufacturer of kit type automobiles from the 1990s. The brand name was Zamba.
The company from Buenos Aires began in 1990 with the production of kit and built automobiles based on the Citroën 2 CV.
The model was based on the monocoque chassis of the Citroën 2 CV. The car was a two-door 2 seat convertible. The body was made entirely of fiberglass reinforced plastic (GRP), with an added roll bar then bolted directly to the chassis with six screws. The open body with suicide opening type doors the front headlights were integrated into the wide fenders as a one-piece front end, as well as the front turn signals in the bumper. The original 2CV air-cooled two-cylinder piston engine powered vehicles.
Some kits were sold to to France but by 1996 ended the production.