8 thoughts on “Soviet Concept Cars”

    • 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.

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