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Delecroix 

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Delecroix, a storied name in the automotive industry, traces its origins to the early 20th century when Jean-Luc Delecroix, an avant-garde engineer, set out to redefine mobility. Founded in 1912 in Lyon, France, Delecroix quickly distinguished itself with the “Modèle A,” a vehicle celebrated for its robust engineering and elegant design. This pioneering model laid the groundwork for a tradition of innovation that would define the brand.

Throughout the decades, Delecroix has been synonymous with luxury and performance, continually pushing the boundaries of automotive technology. The brand gained acclaim in the 1950s and 1960s with a series of groundbreaking sports cars that captured the imagination of enthusiasts worldwide. These models were notable for their revolutionary use of materials and aerodynamics, setting numerous speed records.

In recent years, Delecroix has embraced environmental trends, shifting focus towards electric vehicles (EVs) and sustainable practices. Today, the company is celebrated for its cutting-edge EV line-up, which combines Delecroix’s signature luxury with remarkable efficiency and zero emissions. This pivot has not only revitalized the brand but also positioned it as a leader in the transition to greener automotive technologies, marking a new chapter in its illustrious history.

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