The Fuldamobil S-1 was a microcar offered by Elektromaschinenbau Fulda GmbH under its Fuldamobil brand. It was presented in 1953 to complement the larger Fuldamobil S-2, and was produced in 1954.


The S-1 was a two-door "suicide doors" sedan with room for two people. There was a tailgate at the rear of the vehicle that included the small rear window, and a luggage compartment above the rear wheel and engine. The components were supplied by Vereinigten Deutschen Metallwerke from Werdohl.

Engine and transmission

The Fuldamobil S-1 was fitted with a 197cc air- or fan-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke engine built by ILO-Motorenwerke. It was mounted in the front of the vehicle and connected to the rear wheels via a chain. The engine was capable of delivering 9.5 bhp (7 kW) of output, and allowed the S-1 to reach speeds up to 80 km/h.


Only three examples of the Fuldamobil S-1 were produced, each with an initial price of 2250 DM.

License production

Under license, Nordwestdeutsche Fahrzeugbau of Wilhelmshaven built this model from March 1954 to August 1955 under the name Fuldamobil NWF 200.

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