SAVA Société Anversoise pour la Fabrication de Voitures Automobiles
Automotive manufacturer of Belgium From 1910 to 1923.
The Société Anversoise pour la Fabrication de Voitures Automobiles was a Belgian manufacturer of automobiles from Berchem near Antwerp . The brand name was SAVA .
The company was founded in 1910 by Société Anonyme Royal Star , which produced cars and motorcycles.
First, the previous models of Royal Star were further produced. The offering consisted of the four-cylinder models 11/12 CV with 1,693 cc engine capacity , 17 CV with 3308 cc, 20/22 CV with 3770 cc, 23 CV with 4084 cc and 25/35 CV with 4942 cc displacement, the six-cylinder models 29 CV with 6126 cc and 37 CV with 7412 cc and the single-cylinder model 7 HP with 681 cc displacement, in which some parts of De Dion-Bouton came.
1911 came the model 10/12 HP in addition, which had a four-cylinder engine from Fondu with 1693 cc capacity.
1912 until the outbreak of the First World War , the model range consisted of the above 10/12 HP and the two larger four-cylinder models 14/16 HP with 2474 cc and 18/24 HP with 2957 cc.SAVA will produce armored machine guns for the war.
AVA will produce on order of the Belgian Minister of National Defense mobile armored machine guns.
1918 came the new model 20 CV on the market, which was produced until 1922. The final model of SAVA was the 15 HP with a four-cylinder engine and 2001 cc displacement, which was produced from 1922 to 1923.
In 1923, the competitor Minerva took over the company and used the factory for parts.