In the late 1950s, Ferenc Grósz from Hungary and his older son, Ferenc Grósz Jr., made another small car.
“We often drove to Lake Balaton with these three-seater vehicle. 250 cc Pannonia’s engine was used. The car had a starter. It went smoothly at a speed of eighty kilometers. Of course, everyone admired it.” tells András Grósz, younger son.
The car looked a bit strange. It had a sloping front end with a “sad” grille and no roof or doors. The wheels were so small that they were practically invisible in the wheel arches.