PTV was a brand of microcar built in Manresa, near Barcelona, by Automoviles Utilitarios S. A.. The name PTV comes from the names of the owners of the company, Perramon, Tacho and Vila. The PTV was the second most sold microcar in Spain, beaten only by the Biscúter. Compared to the Biscúter it was more luxurious. It had real doors, two-tone paint, chrome trim and 12 inch wheels.
The first prototype was finished in 1956 and it was powered by a in-house developed rear mounted 250 cc engine giving and a top speed of . Later it was replaced by a 350 cc engine. However when the Fiat 600 started being license built in Spain as SEAT 600 sales dropped and the company folded.