Atlas (1951 automobile)
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The Atlas was a mini-car made in France in 1951. Originally known as La Coccinelle, it used a single-cylinder engine of a mere 175 cc capacity. The fiberglass body seated two, the maximum speed said to be over 40 miles per hour (64 km/h).
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