The Subaru 360 Deluxe K111 Hatchback 1911 is a tiny car that was designed for efficient transportation in a small package. This car was ahead of its time when it was introduced in 1961, as it was the first mass-produced car to have a rear-engine and was colloquially known as the Peoples Car in Japan due to its affordability. The body was made of an alloy of steel and aluminum to reduce weight, and the car weighed in at just 660 pounds. The powertrain was a 356cc two-cylinder air-cooled engine producing 26 horsepower, with a four-speed manual gearbox transmitting power to the rear wheels. The exterior was simple and utilitarian with a boxy shape and a chrome grille. The interior was plush for its time, with cloth seats, full instrumentation, and a center-stack with radio and windows controls. Despite its small size, the Subaru 360 Deluxe K111 had plenty of cargo space, with 35.4 cubic feet of room in the trunk. The car rode on 10-inch wheels with a wheelbase of 88 inches and had a top speed of around 60mph. It was a unique and innovative car for its time, and its lightweight and maneuverability made it a favorite for city driving. In spite of its low power output, it was surprisingly peppy and capable of showing up larger cars in comparison tests. The Subaru 360 Deluxe K111 Hatchback 1911 was a pioneer of the modern automobile industry and it has rightfully earned its place in automotive history.
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