1991 Zastava Yugo Koral. Red version
The Yugo, also marketed as the Zastava Koral and Yugo Koral, is a subcompact hatchback formerly manufactured by Zastava Automobiles, at the time a Yugoslav corporation.
Originally designed as a shortened variant of the Fiat 128, series production started in 1980. The Zastava Koral IN, a facelifted model, was marketed until 2008, after which the production of all Zastava cars ended. 794,428 Yugos were produced in total.
The Yugo was marketed in the United States from 1985 to 1992 by Malcolm Bricklin, who asked Jerry Puchkoff to conceive of and produce the market introduction and launch of the Yugo in 1985 with a total of 141,651 sold – peaking at 48,812 in 1987 and falling to 1,412 in 1992. Despite its moderate success, during its run in the United States and several other export markets it was subjected to much criticism over its design, safety, and reliability, though the car has also picked up a cult following.
Yugo 65A GLX (1.3L 65HP Weber carburetor) (U.K.)
Yugo 65 / Zastava Koral 1.3L 65HP engine Weber twin barrel carburetor version (Germany, U.K., Europe, Latin America)