You described one significant reason I lust after an Alpine A110 more than a Porsche 917: the Alpine is all aluminium. Same again for the carbon and aluminium BMW i3.
I’ll bet it was a Dutch brochure. Not just because those seem to pop up on this site all the time, but also because the R4 was known as the “doghouse” in Dutch.
Transaxle first had been common since the Citroën Traction Avant, which was the first mass produced FWD unibody family car.
The ad copy makes a pointed reference to being ‘a real car’ with four seats and a hatch. Pretty sure that contemporaries would pick up on the shade.
Oh, shush. We don’t want everybody to known that the US car industry has been making basically the same thing since 1932.
My little 33 year old hooptie does all of things that gadget does right out of the box. Are we really making progress here?
Needs moar Ami 6 Berline.
Some Japanese people just loooove that old rose type pink. Maybe it’s a thing in other Asian markets as well?
My pal lived in the German Democratic Republic (i.e. East Germany) itself. Zwickau was just a couple of hours away.
Ooh, the new 6 cylinder Boxster GTS 4.0?