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The entire range of two-wheelers was again competing globally after the modernization in the s. The latter type was particularly popular among the young, which is why Tomos started producing special variants of these mopeds with raised handlebars, seat with back support, side bags and a lot of chrome. In the s, Tomos modernized the entire range of two-wheelers and concentrated on reducing the level of noise and harmful tomos tankdop slot, and increased the rider's comfort along with a more modern look.
However, during the — time frame Tomos was faced with restrictive environmental standards for the first time.
This tomos tankdop slot the beginning of the production of new frameworks in Tomos which were visually different from the licensed Puch's motorcycle frameworks. People started to rethink their consumption of gasoline best place for blackjack in atlantic city looked to more efficient means. Oil crisis and modernization[ edit ] In the s and s Tomos' developmental activity reached its peak in terms of the volume of patents and prototypes.
The market hit its zenith in as gas prices were at a premium and shortages were common due to a change in OPEC policy.
Cimos also sold imported vehicles, the CX and Mehari. InSlovenia was admitted into the European Union and a contract was signed with Germany's BMW to produce component parts for some of its tomos tankdop slot, that production continues today from Koper.
After all motorcycles and bicycles with motors attached produced by Tomos were equipped with in-house manufactured engines. There were many European manufacturers who had mopeds in the USA market. In this period, they also developed Colibri 15 with a stronger motor which could almost compete with motorcycles.
The moped surfaced as that alternative reaching over mpg. Simultaneously with the licensed production, Tomos started development of its own serial models. This new engine featured lighter weight rotating parts as well as better power output. In the late s, numerous variants of the moped Puch MS 50 were produced under the common name Colibri.
The s were the most productive period for Tomos. In the s, several new models of Colibris were sent to the markets. Its successor, Automatic A3 was made in when they launched the new, modernized production line with automated machines for framework welding.
Individual variants were adapted to foreign markets. The first Colibris were marked VS 50; later marks ranged from 01 to The Cimos GS can be distinguished by round headlights. The company navigated these challenges successfully and in it was privatized and sold to Hidria, a private Slovenian corporation.
In order to ensure systematic and organized development, the Institute for Technical and Economic Research was established in Tomos had so much success, that the only other plant outside of Slovenia was built in the Netherlands in The Netherlands emerged as an important market in As the standard of living increased significantly in the s, the number of young buyers also grew.
Among the most successful Colibris was the type 12, while its version Colibri T 12, which was first presented in became the most popular moped in Slovenia. Inthey produced more than 17, Colibris and signed a contract for the first major export to Sweden.
The next year, mopeds accounted for the majority of the total number of assembled units, followed by motorcycles and scooters. Until the factory produced for the Dutch market along with research and development of new units.
A new engine was introduced called the A In Octoberthe Yugoslav government started to build the Tomos factory in Koperthe seaside industrial center of Sloveniawhere it remains today. In they made these motorcycles and assembled RL scooters and one hundred mopeds. The first product from this new range was APN 6 which was introduced in Complementing these new units was a new family engine called the A55 inmeeting stricter EPA emission standards.
This engine is currently used on all 50cc applications. Puch had economical and robust motorcycles suitable for gravel roads and steep terrain characteristic of the region, and Puch also offered favorable licensing terms and conditions, as it doubted that the factory would ever be able to operate independently.
Tomos became the longest surviving moped factory in The Netherlands until production ended in due to the fact production- and labor costs are lower in Slovenia. Therefore, they produced Automatic A1 with improved single gear engine which was built into the framework structure of the previous Automatic.
In early s, market research showed that the interest in heavy motorcycles was decreasing all over Europeand Tomos adapted its range of motorcycles and focused exclusively on the production of two-stroke 50 cm3 motorcycles.