Smyk Szczecinska Fabryka Motocykli; Szczecin; Poland
From 1957 to 1959
Smyk was a Polish microcar brand from the 1950s.
In 1957, Szczecińska Fabryka Motocykli from Szczecin started producing automobiles marketed as Smyk . The designers were Konczykowski, Ossowski, Sawicki, Sitnicki, Wójcicki, Zareba, Zgliczyński and Zygadlewicz. 1959 ended production. In total, only 20 copies were created.
The only model was a microcar . The vehicle had a single door on the vehicle front, comparable to the BMW Isetta . Access to the rear seat, which was intended for children, was only possible after the back of the passenger seat was folded forward and the complete passenger seat was left folded on the driver's seat.
The car was powered by a single-cylinder engine - four-stroke engine in the rear, of from 350 cc capacity 15 to 16 PS gave performance. This engine was also installed in the Junak motorcycles of the same manufacturer.