The Avolette was a small, open 3-wheeler based on Brutsch designs, using Ydral, Sachs or Maico engines from 125 to 250cc. All were single-cylinder units, and final drive was by chain to the rear wheel. In 1957 Lambretta engine of 125 and 150cc were used. In 1958 an associated company, the Societe France Jet, announced another Brutsch design, the V2N 4-wheeler with 175cc Ydral engine, which they sold under the name France Jet. Like the 3-wheelers, it had no doors, but an improved version for 1959 had doors and a 280cc AMC engine. This was exported to America.