The Vauxhall VX4/90 is a classic four-door saloon, released in 1963. Its elegant and timeless design makes it an instant classic and a lasting symbol of the era. The car is a perfect example of traditional British engineering, with an unmistakable style which still captivates enthusiasts to this day. The exterior styling of the car is defined by its two-tone color scheme, with the entire body of the car covered in a smooth veneer of black and gray paint. The vehicle stands out with its chrome accents, iconic Vauxhall badge in the center of the grille, and the large round headlamps. The 15-inch wheels add a sense of athleticism to the car's design, while the bright hubcaps finish off the look. The interior of the VX4/90 is just as impressive as its external design. There is plenty of room for four passengers and a stylish instrument panel and steering wheel with two-tone finish. The bright red leather seats offer luxurious comfort, and the automatically opening boot offers plenty of storage. It is well equipped, with power steering and brakes as well as front-wheel drive. The Vauxhall VX4/90 was powered by the classic 2.6-liter engine, which offered an impressive top speed of 109 mph. The car also offered decent handling and remarkable fuel efficiency. The car may no longer be produced, but it still stands as an iconic symbol of one of the most significant eras for car design.
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