The ZAZ 965 Hatchback 1960, commonly referred to as the "Lancia", is a classic piece of automotive history. Originally designed as an economical vehicle for light city commuters, this two-door vehicle was also known for being a dependable vehicle that made a statement. Its design speaks of its lightweight and sporty nature, featuring a curved two-tone green body, combined with stylish chrome accents. The design was popular among the automotive enthusiasts of the 1960s, and continues to be iconic today. The ZAZ 965 Hatchback 1960 was the epitome of an entry-level vehicle. Its lightweight fibreglass construction resulted in a stylish, fuel-efficient and reliable ride. Its design was highly aerodynamic, with a low roofline, curved design and compact body. The vehicle's engine was a front-mounted, rear-wheel drive two-cylinder 965cc engine along with a four-speed manual transmission. The two-stroke engine could produce a total of 30 horsepower, and the maximum speed was around 80 km/h. The ZAS 965 drove well around town and could manage a speed of just over 120 km/h on the open roads. Spacious and reliable, the ZAZ 965 Hatchback was a popular choice of the day. The interior was relatively bare bones, but functional. A basic layout included a four-speaker "Deluxe" radio and a long bench seating with adjustable headrests which could accommodate up to four passengers. The suspension was comfortable nevertheless, offering a smooth ride around town. Even more creative modifications could be done to improve the look of the car, including the installation of chrome bumpers to improve aerodynamics. The ZAZ 965 Hatchback continues to be an icon of 1960s motoring, combining stylish design and reliable performance in an affordable package. Able to perform relaibly in the cities, but with enough guts for open roads, it appeals to those who seek nostalgia and memories of a simpler time.
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