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The Hispano-Suiza cars brand in the first half of the 20th century was quoted no less than Rolls-Royce and Bugatti.
In 1902-1904, Mark Brikigt created a line of luxury models with four- and six-cylinder engines of 3.8-7.4 liters.
Hispano-Suiza was assembled by hand in small batches and the machines immediately gained popularity among wealthy Spaniards due to their high quality.
Soon the brand went international and even opened a branch in Paris.
Since 1905, King Alfonso XIII of Spain has become a regular customer of Hispano-Suiza, and over time, about 30 of these cars gathered in his garage.
The monarch was fond of motorsport and even organized competitions - the Catalan Cup.
The management of Hispano-Suiza wanted to achieve victory in front of the king and specifically for the race, Brikigt developed a new model.
In 1910, it achieved success and it was decided to start its serial production. They called the car Alfonso XIII.
Hispano-Suiza found themselves a new field of activity - they started producing aircraft engines.
These V8 and V12 were distinguished by high power (200-300 hp), therefore they were installed on high-speed French SPAD fighters.
In total, about 50 thousand motors were assembled.
The design turned out to be so successful that they decided to continue their development in the post-war period.
The Hispano-Suiza automobile division ceased to exist in 1938.
The company focused on the assembly of aircraft engines and lasted until the mid-60s.
Attempts to revive the famous brand were made at the beginning of the 21st century, and several concept cars were even presented. But the matter did not reach serial models.
In 2019, the impressive electric car Hispano-Suiza Carmen saw the world.
It was equipped with two engines with a total capacity of 1119 hp., allowing to accelerate to 100 km / h in 2.6 s and develop 290 km / h.
Now the famous brand has got a real chance for revival.