Started in 1983, the French Axiam Group started producing two and four wheel vehicles that could be driven without a license. This production evolved into the micro-car market and, in 1992, a motor sport program was started under the new Mega name.
The first production road car produced by Mega was the Track. It used the Mercedes V12, delivering 394 horsepower to all four wheels. A unique feature of the Track was it's adjustable ride height. At full height the car rasied it's clearance from eight to thirteen inches!
Only five examples of the Track were completed, before a new more exciting product would take its place: the Mega Monte Carlo
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