Vaillante Cevert

Vaillante built the Vaillante Cevert in 1974 in honour of their late colleague and friend Francois Cevert, who died in a car crash in 1973. The Cevert shares some design elements with both the Vaillante Commando and the Vaillante Rush.

First introduction Edit

The Cevert made its debut at the Rally of Monte Carlo and was driven by Yves Douleac and Gabrielle Spangenberg. Her father, the owner of plastics company Hönerplast, was the main sponsor.