There is no social organization in which the need for luxury is so expressed as socialism. That diet of workers, peasants and honest intelligence from anything that is comfortably or aesthetically acceptable has resulted in great innovation in the creation of the same. The wish for “Better Tomorrow – Immediately” was motivated by the creators of these seven prototypes of the car. After all, why would not the shipyard worker in Gdansk have the right to drive Ferrari or at least something like
As an inspiration for this urban little boy from 1957, BMW Isetta and Zundapp Janus used a car that was difficult to pin down what the front was and what was the end of it.
Smyk had only one door and it was progressing. Their all-round front part would move to facilitate entry.
It was powered by a 349 cc engine that developed 15 hp. The maximum speed was 70 km / h. For some reason, this 470kg heavy foursome had, we would say an “osmosathean sweeper”: four speeds for the forward and four for the reverse. By 1959, 17 examples were produced.
For its dimensions and performance, Smyk “drank like a smoky” and spent 5.1 lb on 100 kilometers.
Based on the photographs, one could conclude that this tros can fit into the urban legend that one American, seeing a Fiore asked the driver, “Did you do it yourself or assisted you”?
In 1958, workers of the motorcycle factory in Warsaw were preparing for the production of a scooter named “Wasp”. Many of the components of the future classic Polish scooter were used for Fafik.
This four-point miniature had only 270 kg, raced 70 o’clock and consumed 4.5 liters per 100 miles.
Warsaw was the Polish version of the Soviet “Pobeda” car. The original Soviet Union ceased to be produced in 1958, while Warsaw had survived until 1973. Its components could be found in the van until the mid-nineties.
Nevertheless, in 1964, a prototype of the successor who never entered production was presented. Still, if judging by the photographs he inspired the next generation of Volga.
Syrena was a Polish national car, that is, he had a role to play in the seventies by the famous “Peglica”. By the mid-sixties of the last century, the “Siren”, as Poles love to do, was already outdated.
Since 1964, the heir with the 110 mark which was supposed to enter production in 1968 was prepared.
The original plan was to find a 845 cc engine and 40 hp under the hood. If all this happened, the new Siren would not only be one of the first drivers, but also a serious competitor to Western models such as the Simca 1100 and Renault 6.
Polish Fiat 1100 Coupé
Although this sports model was named Fiat, it did not have any direct connection with Torin. The complex agreement of the FSO manufacturer with Fiat enabled the Polish side to use Fiat’s name and technical solutions under certain conditions.
The 1975 design of the Lotus Esprit model had a Pezejca (Fiat 125) technology, a propulsion unit directly from Zastava 101, and a little bit of shrapnel in the X-rays X1 / 9. No wonder that in spite of its attractive appearance, it had only 55 hp and a maximum speed of 140 km / h. They say, the only prototype produced is destroyed.
A prototype Saab sport line was born in 1977 and, unlike the cup, was saved. Although the Fiata 125 technology was once again part of the game, the big defenders talk about the ambitions of exports to the American market, in the event that an adequate engine is found.
The prototype has gone through 70,000 kilometers during the test and has scored the highest rating … of its authors.
If workers’ protests, state of emergency and shortage did not shake Poland in the early 1980s, this car could be a futuristic export hit. This 3.5-meter-long car had an unusually low air resistance coefficient of only 0.29, and consumed 3.9 liters of fuel per 100 miles. By the end of the 1980s, he had almost entered the production of a powered engine from Fiat 126.