The ZIL 114 Sedan 1965 is the quintessential representation of sophistication and luxury. Produced by the Soviet carmaker Zavod Imeni Likhacheva (ZIL), the ZIL 114 Sedan was designed to be the top-of-the-line vehicle among the fleet. The ZIL 114 features a sleek and refined exterior, highlighted by a long, straight body with curved edges and a low stance. It's available in multiple color options, including deep, rich colors, such as black, blue, and green. The chrome-plated grille, front bumper, and headlights add to the overall elegant design of this classic sedan. Under the hood of the ZIL 114 resides a hearty seven-litre V8 engine with a two-speed automatic transmission. This power-plant originally developed 140 horsepower, and was subsequently upgraded to 175 horsepower with the introduction of improved fuel injectors and a Holley carburetor. The powerful engine means the car can comfortably cruise up to 200 km/h, enabling the driver to experience the joy of the open road. The ZIL 114 also stands out for its interior, with an opulent cabin featuring leather seats, walnut-wood accents, and climate control systems. It comes complete with a cassette player and stereo systems, as well as a variety of other modern technologies, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable ride. To this day, the ZIL 114 Sedan 1965 remains one of the most revered vehicles of its time, thanks to its signature luxury style and performance. It truly embodies the excellence of Soviet engineering and is the perfect vehicle for those seeking a timeless classic that adds a touch of sophistication to any journey.
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