Gepard was a German car brand from the 1960s to the mid 1970s.
Helmut Kretzschmann founded the company in Bonn - Beuel in 1966 and began producing automobiles. The brand name was Gepard . In 1974, the production ended after only 22 manufactured.
Kretzschmann developed his own tubular frame. The wheelbase was 214 cm. The coupé body had folding doors. The body consisted of the plastic Leguval of Bayer AG . The four-cylinder engine from the NSU TT with a cubic capacity of 1200 cc provided the drive .
The new price was 6,000 DM for a kit and 15,000 DM for a complete vehicle. Some vehicles were open race car prototypes.
Automotive manufacturer Bonn - Beuel, Germany from 1966 to 1974