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Právo - Czech Republic | 03/04/2008

The return of the Tatra

The last car made by the traditional Czech carmaker Tatra rolled off the assembly line in 1998, but the brand still has its fans all over the world. Now Tatra wants to start producing some of its legendary models again, as the general manager of the company Ronald Adams explained to Josef Gabzdyl: "'I'm convinced that there's a great market for these replicas of the old models. We're not planning to return to serial production. The goal is basically to get the Tetra brand name back in circulation all over the world.' The current plan foresees limited series of at most 400 cars per year. Moreover, Tatra would produce only the bodyworks of its classic models. Other renowned carmakers would be contracted to supply the substructures and the engines."

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