The Tatra 77A Sedan 1977 was a car that was well ahead of its time. It was the first production car produced by the Czechoslovakian automaker, Tatra. With its timeless design, and luxurious features, the Tatra 77A Sedan 1977 was a unique blend of style and performance. The sleek and aerodynamic design of the Tatra 77A was one of its defining characteristics, providing a unique look for the time. Its large grille, with its chrome accents, made it instantly recognizable, as did its large-diameter chrome wheels. The car was constructed from primarily steel, giving it strength and stability for a smooth and comfortable ride. The interior of the Tatra 77A Sedan 1977 was just as luxurious as the outside, providing a sumptuous driving experience. The car featured adjustable four-way upholstered seats, electric windows, a power operated rear window, and wood trim throughout the cabin. For entertainment, the car includes a full size car radio-cassette player, and a telescopic antenna. Under the hood was a powerful 2.5l inline 4-cylinder engine with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The engine produced up to 100 horsepower, and provided a maximum speed of 102 mph. The car also included a semi-automatic transmission and automatic headlights to make the driving experience even more comfortable. Overall the Tatra 77A Sedan 1977 brought together a perfect mix of class and performance, while delivering a luxurious ride and style that are timeless even today.
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