The PTV 250 was a microcar produced in Spain between 1956 and 1961.

The cars were fitted with a 247cc single-cylinder two-stroke engine with transverse pistons. The engine was able to produce 11 hp at 4,500 rpm. The car featured coil ignition and a 12 V electrical system. The engine was mated to a gearbox via a multi-disc clutch. The cars were fitted with a 3-speed gearbox which also had a reverse gear. Power was transferred to the rear-wheels. The maximum speed was about 75 km/h with an average consumption of 4.5 l/100 km (45 mph/52 miles per US gallon).

The chassis is 1,800mm with independent front suspension which is composed of hydraulic shock absorbers. The rear suspension is composed of a Panhard torsion bar with hydraulic dampers. Hydraulic drum brakes were fitted on all four wheels. The weight of the PTV 250 when empty is 330kg.

The body was made out of sheets that were fitted over a steel tubular frame. The cars only had 2 seats, these were mounted near the fuel tank which had a capacity of 18 liters.