The ZAZ-968A Zaparozhets Coupe 1973 was a Soviet-made two-door coupe that was produced between 1973 and 1975. This small, boxy-looking two-door coupe was based off of the ZAZ 965A, a predecessor to the ZAZ-968A, but was given stylistic updates and a longer wheelbase. The ZAZ-968A was an affordable model amongst its predecessors in the 1970s and came with different petrol engine options. It also came with more modern features like a raised, wrap-around rear window, an enclosed hatchback, and front wheel drive. The exterior of the ZAZ-968A had a unibody frame and aerodynamic shape, a long bonnet, two doors, and a rear tailgate. The interior contained two individual seats and a simple dashboard made of plastic with details like a clock, a fuel gauge, and an ammeter. The first generations of the ZAZ-968A had an aluminium grille, chrome-plated bumpers, and a single-piece windscreen. The later models had tinted side windows and chrome door handles. The engine was capable of reaching a top speed of around 95km/h with its 1.1L four-cylinder petrol engine, delivering 42hp. The ZAZ-968A also provided good fuel economy, with the user manual stating an average fuel consumption rate of 6.8l/100km with a three-speed manual transmission. The overall design of the ZAZ-968A provided a reliable, cheap, and durable two-door coupe for Soviet citizens in the 1970s.
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