List of Czech automobiles

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This page aims to list Czech (formerly Czechoslovak and Bohemian) automobile, in order of manufacturer.

Current major manufacturers[edit]

Škoda Auto[edit]

(1925–present)

Tatra[edit]

Tatra 158 Phoenix

(1897–present)

Other manufacturers[edit]

Aero[edit]

Aero 662

(1929–47)

Gordon[edit]

(1997-present)

Jawa[edit]

(1929-c.1972)

Kaipan[edit]

Kaipan 14

(1997-present)

Praga[edit]

Praga Alfa was the first Czech production car to achieve 100 km/h (62 mph)

(1907–47, 2011–present)

RAF[edit]

(1907–13)


Velorex[edit]

The three-wheeled Velorex was the only homologated car in the World that has leather cloth as its bodywork

(1951–71)

Walter[edit]

Walter Royal was the most expensive Czechoslovak car

(1911–54)

Wikov[edit]

(1925–37)

Zbrojovka Brno[edit]

Z18 was the first production car in Europe with a two-stroke engine

(1923–36)

Other brands[edit]

Avia A20-based fire engine. More than 250 000 of A-line Avia trucks were manufactured between 1963 and 2000.
Škoda 706 RT in Technical Museum in Brno storage. Although branded as Škoda, this truck was manufactured by LIAZ. More than 150 000 trucks of that type were manufactured between 1958 and 1985.

See also[edit]