Pilcar Carville Chene-Bourg, Geneve; Switzerland from 1977 to 1981
Carville was a Swiss car brand from the mid 1970s from Pilcar.
Geneva-based Victor Perrenoud developed the prototype of the electric car Pilcar in 1977 with the help of Electricité Neuchâteloise SA and Société Romande d'Electricité . The electric motor made 19 hp , the batteries had 40 kW capacity. The top speed was 90 km / h. The body was designed by Franco Sbarro . The three-door combination sedan with 3.06 meters in length offered four people and luggage.
1979 began series production. From the same year the brand name Carville was used. By 1981 ended production.