Owners of Žnoprešk Autotecnica, Blue Marlin Motori Auto, Iurlaro Atelier, Vecoma and co-owners of Eurani Motors and Æxelia.
The main goal of the post war era, was to consolidate the Avtotehnika department into a proper company, with the creation of a proper lineup in the italian and european market.
Žnoprešk Z5046 (AD7B)
Heritage of the pre-WWII era Žnoprešk legacy, the Z5046 aimed to the most rich customer in the americas.
Žnoprešk Z859 (AD7B)
Žnoprešk Z965/865 (AD7B/2)
Žnoprešk Z1462/1162 (AA13B)
The update of the FF formula started with the AA11A platform. Available also in estate and coupe body variant.
MMM Dolphine (D01)
The first compact sedan from Motori Marini Marlin, developed to fill the gap between the mini Goldfish and the big Narwhal.
MMM Narwhal (N02)
After the consolidation of the brands, the main objective was for Žnoprešk to expand in the european market and for MMM to thrive in the USA.
BMMA Flyingfish (F03)
After the oil crisis, the third generation of the Flyingfish tried to give a reasonable low cost sports car for enthusiasts.
After the merging between BMMA and Žnoprešk, it was necesary to choose a specific path for each brand and harmonize the technology throughout the group. The more expensive and complicated boxer engines had to be dropped in favour of more versitile and usable inline engines. Front transverse engine placement become necessary for Žnoprešk while BMMA optimized the FR formula.
BMMA Narwhal (N04)
Žnoprešk Zest/Zenit (CM10/CM11)
The innovative technology developed for the Zap, applied on the medium segment car. Both hatchback and sedan.
Žnoprešk Zoom (BR13)
A fiberglass body concept car based on the Zap, that became a memorable entry level coupe for petrolhads.
After the complete renowal of the lineup, the times were mature for designing “world cars” thought for the world market, and invest heavily on the expansion and consolidation of the group on the international market.