AEM (1924 automobile)

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The AEM was a French electric car built in Neuilly, near Paris, by the Societé d'Application Electro-Mécanique.

In 1923, the company manufactured a few cyclecars under the brand name Electrocyclette.

Between 1924 and 1927 the company went on to build mainly delivery vans, whose top speed was 25/30 km/h (around 15-19 mph), with a range of about 80–100 km (50–60 miles). The batteries were under the seats and the motor was under a short bonnet driving the front wheels.