NUG (Nug-Kleinautowerke Niebaum, van Horn & Co)
The Nug-Kleinautowerke Niebaum, van Horn & Co. were a German Automobile manufacturer from the 1920s .
The company was based in Hanover . The production of the automobile ran from 1921 to 1925.
The company produced small cars. The drive was provided by a reversible four-cylinder engine . The motor with 960 cc capacity and 18 hp (13 kW) was mounted at the front in the vehicle and powered by a three-speed gearbox, the rear axle. Because of the narrow rear lane was dispensed with a differential . The vehicle was equipped with a fashionable Spitzkühler and offered space for two people. A vehicle of this brand participated in 1921 in the opening race on the Berlin AVUS .
Vehicle manufacturer Germany from 1921 to 1925