Blueprint NSU 1000 Sedan 1965

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NSU Prinz are automobiles developed by the German manufacturer NSU from 1957 to 1972. They undergo numerous restyling throughout their production. After World War II, NSU only produced two-wheelers, but in the mid-1950s the development of a light vehicle was studied. Initially, we thought of a tricycle. At the IAA in Frankfurt in September 1957, the prototype of the future NSU Prinz finally had four wheels with monocoque chassis and an in-line twin engine, front engine. In March 1958, production began. The small car was fitted with a 583 cc block, rear-mounted, air-cooled twin-cylinder engine with a compression ratio of 6.8: 1, 20 hp (15 kW) at 4,600 rpm. and could accelerate up to 105 km / h. In this co-rotating four-stroke parallel twin engine, both pistons move up and down simultaneously. One problem with early engines was their mounts and mounts, which did not filter out extreme vibrations. These vibrations were eradicated with modified silentblocs. The engine was fitted with a Dynastart, that is, a combined starter-alternator, manufactured by Bosch. A feature of this parallel twin was the overhead camshaft driven by two connecting rods mounted on eccentrics as in the single cylinder engine of the NSU Max. The equipment of the car was always very simple. For example, it had an unsynchronized transmission with four forward gears. The interior was simple with window deflectors in the front doors, reclining seats. But it had sliding windows in the front doors. The vehicle was already unlike the products of most other German car manufacturers equipped with a 12-volt electrical system. It was only available in a light green exterior color. This single version cost 3739 DM. In February 1959, the Prinz II was launched in parallel. Better equipped, the new car has a fully synchronized transmission, a more extensive dashboard, storage compartments in the doors, an ashtray, a leatherette interior and cranks instead of sliding windows in the doors. For this model, there were four different exterior colors and in addition a two-tone paint, whitewall tires and the sunroof. The Prinz II cost 340 DM more. A sporty version of the Prinz II was offered in April 1959: the Prinz 30 with 7.6: 1 compression and a slightly more powerful carburetor of 30 hp (22 kW) and climbs to 118 km / h. In September 1959 there were variants Prinz II and the Prinz 30E (for export), which were fitted with openable rear quarter panels in the doors and reclining seats. The front turn signals are no longer on the fenders, but under the headlights. As for the Volkswagen Beetle, there were better equipped Export versions of the NSU Prinz II and Prinz 30, reserved for the German domestic market. On our website you can download a drawing of NSU 1000 Sedan 1965 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.

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