Thursday 23rd September 2021

Hispano Suiza

The manufacturer Hispano-Suiza is not new! Hispano-Suiza built very special vehicles between 1904 and 1938. A very early model already reached 130 km / h at that time, which was a great value. The Hispano-Suiza brand returned at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show with a wild, super sports car based on Lamborghini. It was a fresh start after seven decades. The Hispano-Suiza car company, which started work in the Catalan capital in 1904, has always built luxurious and, above all, fast vehicles. And besides, you still earned your rolls with quality aircraft engines, such as those found in the French fighter pilot Georges Guynemer. The logo of the company also came from him. Guynemer had a flying stork as a squadron badge. From 1918, Hispano-Suiza also had it as a brand emblem. In 1938, however, the last car rolled off the assembly line. Currently the bird is back, but clearly stylized in a wing logo.