The Iso Rivolta was an Italian automobile and motorcycle manufacturer active in the motor vehicle sector from 1948 to December 31, 1974 which, over the years, took various names, from Isothermos to Iso Autoveicoli Spa in 1952, to Iso Rivolta in 1962, for end up at Iso Motors in 1973. Immediately after the end of the conflict, Renzo Rivolta decided to set up his company to produce motorcycles, a type of market that in those years offered excellent commercial opportunities. In 1948 Rivolta purchased the projects and the small assembly line of the Officine Ottavio Quadrio in Milan, where they built a small fully enclosed scooter, designed by engineer Gianfranco Scarpa and marketed by the same as Giesse Furetto. The "Furetto", which maintained the same name even with the Isothermos brand, although with excellent qualities for comfort and safety, was unsuccessful because of its lackluster performance. It follows therefore the study of a new project that in 1949 sees the light of the "Iso 125" scooter (nowadays popularly known as "Isoscooter"), equipped with a double cylinder engine. The following year, a motorbike version "Isomoto" was proposed. Both have a good sales success which encourages the company to combine new versions and models, which include "Isocarro" motorcycles and motorized wheels with medium wheels (Iso GT) and high radius (Iso Sport) always using the same thermal unit.
At the beginning of 1952, the Isomoto 200 was presented, again with a 198 cm³ split cylinder cylinder engine, capable of delivering around 9 HP at 4750 rpm. In the same year the company name changed to "Iso Autoveicoli Spa", while the production of refrigerators and radiators had already been abandoned since 1951. In 1955, an "Isocycle" motorbike was also proposed which adopted an engine with 2-speed gearbox by the Austrian Rex Motoren Werk but he will not be particularly favored by the public. The following year, the new 4-stroke engines featured both 125 and 175 that embellished the range.
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