The 1967 Ford Taunus 17M (P7) sedan was a four-door compact car with front-wheel drive and a four-cylinder petrol engine. It was sold in several countries across Europe and featured a distinct design that still stands out to this day. The exterior of the car is characterized by its sleek lines, large windows, and sloping roofline that gives the vehicle an elegant and modern look. The body is made out of steel and is complemented by chrome accents that add a modest luxury touch. It has a length of 4,620mm, width of 1,570mm, and a height of 1,420mm. The Taunus 17M comes standard with a 1.7L four-cylinder engine that produces 75 bhp (at 5500 rpm) and 115 Nm of torque (at 2500 rpm). It is mated to a four-speed manual transmission and has a top speed of 115 km/h. The car provides good acceleration, reaching 0-100 km/h in 17.8 seconds. It features a front suspension with McPherson struts and an independent four-link rear suspension that provide great stability and comfort. With the right tuning, the 17M can handle pretty well in corners. Inside the cabin, the seats are covered in a comfortable fabric with a grey or beige color. The dashboard features a two-dial instrument cluster with speedometer, fuel gauge, and other necessary information. The car also has a radio and air-conditioning (that wasnt standard back in the 70s), adding a bit of convenience. All in all, the Ford Taunus 17M (P7) sedan was a well-rounded car with an abundance of features and solid performance that made it a popular choice in its day.
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