Chamonix NG Cars

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Chamonix NG Cars
Formerly called
Chamonix Indústria e Comércio
Industry Automotive
Founded 1987
Headquarters São Paulo, Brazil

Chamonix NG Cars is a Brazilian automobile manufacturer based in São Paulo. Until about 2011 it was known as Chamonix Indústria e Comércio and located in Jarinu (SP). The "NG" in the company name stands for New Generation. The company was founded in 1987 by Milton Masteguin, formerly with Puma Cars as constructor of racing vehicles, and the US-American automotive engineer Chuck Beck.

The company is focused on creating 1950s style fibre glass replicas of Porsche cars with current Volkswagen technology. The company exports worldwide and body kits are also available.

Production started with the Spyder 550. In 1991 followed the Super 90 Cabriolet and in 1993 and 1995 the models Speedster and Spyder 550S.

The company was also involved in projects of Autolatina, Fiat, Lada and more recently in the development of the Lobini, a Brazilian sports car.

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