The Antem microcar with open body was built by the Frenchman Jacques Antem, son of Jean Antem who was known in the 20s and 30s for his Bugatti and Delahaye bodyworks. This was one of the many electric cars which were built in France during WW II to combat the almost complete absence of petrol. The car had no headlights. During the wartime everything must be darkened at night. Minimum two prototypes were made and the car never went into series.