Viberti

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Viberti is an Italian manufacturer of trailers and former producer of utility vehicles, buses and mopeds.

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The company was founded in 1922 to build civilian and military transport vehicles and was a supplier to the Italian armed forces during World War II.[1] One of its products was the Sahariana armored car, but Viberti was better known by its integral Monotral chassisless self-supporting coaches and buses. Viberti also made the Vi-Vi moped from 1955 until 1957 in alliance with the German motorcycle producer Victoria.

In 2011 the trademark Viberti was sold to the Italian manufacturer Acerbi.[2] Since 2016 Viberti is part of the Polish manufacturing group Wielton.[3]

Articulated trolleybus Fiat 2472 with Viberti body in Milano
Fiat Viberti Monotral CV61

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