Given the long and successful history of automobile manufacturing, the transition from today's modern high-tech vehicles to a mechanically driven car - as found in the early days of automobile design - would seem, from a technical point of view, a step backwards. And at first glance it may also appear to be challenging common sense. That was exactly the intention of the German businessman Roland Belz.
As an enthusiastic driver and driver he wants to contribute to emotional rather than purely technical progress, allowing more people who love truly special things to discover and enjoy the luxury of a slower pace of life. For this reason, Roland Belz, together with a team of dedicated personnel, has invested an enormous amount of passion and expense over 2 years in the development of a mechanical traction car: the original Aaglander. The company AAGLAND Manufaktur was created for that sole purpose. Its headquarters and production workshops are located in the former financial buildings of Schloss Kuhlenfels, in an idyllic location in the Franken region of Germany, between the three cities of Nurnberg, Bayreuth and Bamberg.