The UAZ 452 "Konalu" Van from 1965 is the latest model of the classic Russian vehicle. Featuring an angular body on top of a robust ladder-type chassis, the Konalu has a spartan yet attractive outlook. From its angular chrome-covered grille to its 16-inch steel wheels, it exemplifies the Soviet Union's notion of durability and purposeful design. Inside, the cabin is utilitarian, with rugged fabric upholstery and boxy silhouettes. The steering wheel is large in diameter and made of steel, with a five-spoke design. Behind it is a simple, dashboard that houses an analog speedometer, temperature, and fuel gauges, complemented by the Radio CD or tape player. The UAZ 452 "Konalu" Van from 1965 is powered by a 2.4L gasoline engine. The engine produces 88 horsepower and 95 pound-feet of torque, and is paired to a 4-speed gearbox. On the exterior, it features flat steel protection plates and wide mudguards to protect against everyday wear and tear. This vehicle is a great choice for those who need to get from point A to point B in a reliable and rugged manner. Its boxy silhouette gives it a certain charisma that is further enhanced by the military green color. Its impressive off-road capabilities make it suitable for much more than the daily commute, giving it an excellent blend of practicality and style.
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