The Hispano Suiza company was founded on May 1, 1911 by Count Ferdinand de Lesseps and his brother Count Jean de Lesseps. The company name was changed to Hispano-Suiza in 1919. The first cars produced by Hispano-Suiza were called the SS and were based on the chassis of the Renault 8. In 1924, the Hispano-Suiza Type H was introduced and it was the first car to use aluminum in its construction. In 1934, the Hispano-Suiza Type HS was introduced and it featured a V12 engine. In 1937, an all-new model was released called the Hispano-Suiza GS and it featured a six-cylinder engine. In 1948, the Hispano-Suiza H6 was introduced and it featured a V8 engine. In 1951, the Hispano-Suiza H16 was introduced and it featured a 16-cylinder engine. In 1957, the company released the Hispano-Suiza HB6 which featured a 6cylinder engine.
The design process for Carmen
The Hispano Suiza Carmen Cars was designed by Henning von Koenigswald. It was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 2006 and has since been referred to as the “most beautiful car on the planet”. The car is based on the Hispano Suiza CLK-GTR Racecar and features a sleek, aerodynamic design with a long hood that flows into a low, wide body. The Carmen’s engines are all V8s and it can reach speeds of up to 330 mph.
The car company Hispano Suiza, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, has come up with what they call their “Carmen.” This car is made out of carbon-fiber composites and is said to be the most advanced in the world. The company says that this car is able to achieve 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds and can go up to 200 mph. The car also has a top speed of 249 mph. The “Carmen” was unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show and is said to be available for sale in 2019.