TZEN sports car (1970)
TZEN is the brand name used for the cars built by Antonis Tzen, a Greek engineer, racing driver and car collector. His first creation was announced in 1963; it was an elegant sports car designed by Greek architect P. Varouhakis, constructed on a modified Volkswagen chassis and with a SAAB engine. Plans for its industrial production did not materialize. From 1968 Tzen transformed a small number of SAAB and Fiat models into cabriolet, while in 1970 he attempted to produce another sports car. As before, he faced the extremely difficult task of receiving type certification for production in Greece. To "bypass" that, he was building the car on existing Volkswagen chassis. A small number (10 according to Tzen) was produced. In 2005 Tzen was working on a light electric car.
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