The Leggatti automotive Cohnen & Sommer Sell GmbH was a German manufacturer of automobiles .
Bernd Cohnen founded the company together with Hermann and Rainer Sommersell. The office was at Hansaallee 2 in Düsseldorf . 1989, the production of automobiles began. The brand name was Leggatti . The resolution in January 2002.
The first model was the GTS . Leggatti used a chassis from General Motors with the V8 engine of the Chevrolet Corvette with 5700 cc displacement and 300 hp (221 kW) power. The open body was made of carbon and reinforced plastic and was similar to that of the Ferrari Daytona . The choice was a five-speed gearbox and a four-speed automatic. The new price was about 137,000 DM .
The next model America , came out in 1991. This open vehicle resembled a Ferrari from the 1960s years.
In addition, the company offered the replica of a Mercedes-Benz SSK , the Guitolar produced in Uruguay . With six-cylinder engine from Daimler-Benz with 2,500 cc capacity. In 1992, the new price was 51.300 DM for the kit and 93.480 DM as a complete vehicle.