DIM (automobiles)

DIM 652 (1977 model)

DIM Motor Company, a Greek automobile maker, was created by Georgios Dimitriadis as a successor to his earlier company, Bioplastic S.A. that had produced the Attica automobile. An effort was made this time to entirely design and develop by own means a modern car, using a Fiat 600cc engine. The model was finally introduced in the Geneva Motor Show in 1977 and for this reason received more publicity than most Greek vehicles, appearing in many international publications. Plans were also made for more versions, including a sports coupe. However, due to the high costs involved and the car's poor prospects in the Greek market (and despite an effort to facelift the model), the car never reached true production. The whole project was abandoned in 1981, having been the last venture of Georgios Dimitriadis in the automotive industry.


  • L.S. Skartsis and G.A. Avramidis, 'Made in Greece', Typorama, Patras, Greece (2003).
  • 'Tutte le Auto del Mondo', Editoriale Domus, Milano (1980).

Automobile manufacturers of Greece

AK Hellas | Agricola (vehicles) | Alta (vehicles) | Attica (automobiles) | Atlas (light trucks) | AutoDiana | Automeccanica | Balkania | Biamax | Biothechnia Ellinikon Trikyklon | BIOMAN (lifting devices) | C.AR (automobiles) | DIM (automobiles) | Dinap (trucks) | EBIAM | ELBO | Emporiki Autokiniton | Hercules | MAVA-Renault | MEBEA | Motoemil | MotorCar (trucks) | Namco (automobiles) | Neorion | Pan-Car | Petropoulos | Ros (vehicles) | SAM (vehicles) | Saracakis | Scavas | Sfakianakis | Styl Kar | Tangalakis-Temax | Theologou | Tropical (vehicles) | Tzen (Cars)

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