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The Ampère was a French automobile built at Billancourt from 1906 to 1909. The car featured a 10/16 hp four-cylinder engine driving through an electric clutch; according to the advertising material, this made for "variation of speed by electric transmission, with neither dynamo nor accumulators".
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