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A5 SV-1600

The SV-1600, which headed to the showrooms at the end of 1973 (1973/11), was the world's first fiberglass-bodied 5-door station (estate) car. It had a completely different design and appearance than the 4-door Anadol models, and was inspired by Reliant's Scimitar Sports-Station Coupé.

Powered by 1599cc Ford (I-4) Kent Crossflow, 4 cylinder OHV engine, the 5-seat body built from fibre glass, affixed to an H-frame chassis. The chassis has independent front suspension utilising coil springs and leaf springs on a live axle for the rear. Brake system is mono hyrolic servo assisted system with disc in the front and drum in the rear. Hand brake, between front seats, is mechanical and brake lever connected by a cable to another lever at rear axle. Cluch system is cable. Gear box with cast iron block, is Ford type 3 model with manual transmission. Steering system is rack and pinion. Several details of the car bore similarities with the station wagon designs of Bertone and Pininfarina in that period. The first examples of the SV-1600 had single-colour paint, while the front hood had a spoiler, which was something new for station cars. On the dashboard, there were two Smiths gauges: on the left a speedometer and on the right another gauge with water temperature and fuel indicators . After some time, a more luxurious version was produced, and bi-colour paint were applied, while new interiors were introduced. Starting from 1976, the SV-1600 received aluminium wheels, a new steering wheel, new side mirrors, and a single-colour paint with a black-and-white stripe on the sides. The car also had retractable seats for further enlarging the trunk space.Production of the SV-1600 continued from 1973/11 until 1981/01 and been produced 6.092 cars.

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