8 Soviet Concept Cars

Soviet Concept Cars

Posted on January 26, 2014 by team

Some concept cars from Soviet times that are surely worth seeing. Maybe if they had another destiny and a chance of development, the attitude to the Russian automobile industry would be different today…

via motor.ru

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8 Responses to “Soviet Concept Cars”

  1. CZenda says:

    What was the history of that “Kompakt”, which has striking resemblance of first-generation Fiat Punto and Renault Twingo?

    • Car-lover says:

      In short, it’s NAMI-0288 “Kompakt” designed in 1988, before the first-generation Fiat Punto and Renault Twingo came into series. Its steel frame body was lined with fiberglass panels, the front seats could be rotated by 90 degrees, making it comfortable and easy to access to the rear seat. The car used a MacPherson strut for the front wheels, a special Soviet-made NAMI strut for the rear ones, had a trip computer and was first demonstrated to the public during a car show in Tokyo, 1989.

  2. Bo says:

    Some are cool and some are terrible. ;)

  3. Dan says:

    Leave car designing to Italians. These models look like they came out of People’s Tractor Factory Number 5.

  4. Jean says:

    Futuristic is the good word for these vehicles. Maybe a concept car from GAZ or ZIL.

  5. MR, Helsinki says:

    Very cool. More of these, please?

  6. Tutan Camon says:

    I has a Moskvich 408.Nice car!!!!!!

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