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Pegaso was a Spanish make of trucks, omnibuses, tractors, armored vehicles, and, for a while, sports cars. The parent company, Enasa, was created in 1946 and based in the old Hispano-Suiza factory, under the direction of the renowned automotive engineer Wifredo Ricart. In 1990, Iveco took over Enasa, and the Pegaso name disappeared in 1994.
The Spanish company Pegaso mostly made truck and busses, but did produce a sports cars in the 1950's, the Z-102. The origin of the logo is uncertain; several iterations of it are shown below.
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