|1955 to 1958|
|Manufacturer||Société Air Tourist|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||open-topped two-seater with detachable canvas top|
125cc or 150cc or 250cc
from various suppliers
|Wheelbase||1,540 mm (61 in)|
|Length||2,710 mm (106.7 in)|
|Width||1,420 mm (55.9 in)|
|Height||1,210 mm (47.6 in) (with top)|
Avolette is a former French auto-maker. That made the Avolette 125 and Avolette 150 microcar.
The Société Air Tourist company, with its little factory at Paris in the rue de Ponthieu, began production of a small three-wheeled car in 1955. Production probably never progressed beyond the prototype stage and ended in 1958.
There was a single model, manufactured under license from Brütsch of Stuttgart. The car featured three wheels, with the single wheel at the back. Also at the back was a single-cylinder engine of between 125 cc und 250 cc. Engines came from various suppliers including Lambretta, Maico, Sachs and Ydral.