Treser (Walter Treser Automotive Engineering)
The Walter Treser Automobilbau GmbH was a German manufacturer of automobiles .
Walter Treser , who has been operating Walter Treser GmbH in Hofstetten near Ingolstadt since 1981 , founded the company in Berlin in 1985 . He first produced concept vehicles based from Audi and VW.
Walter Treser Audi Quatttro concept (1981)
In 1987 he presented an independent model. The production of automobiles began. The brand name was Treser . In 1988, production ended when the company went bankrupt .
The Treser TR-1 was a two-seater. A special feature was that the metal roof could be completely sunk behind the seats and so turned a coupe into a roadster . The drive was provided by a four-cylinder engine from Volkswagen with a displacement of 1,800 cc and four-valve technology mounted behind the seats in mid-engined construction. In total, 25 vehicles were created.
Vehicle manufacturer History Berlin Germany from 1987 to 1999