VAZ-21013 Zhiguli. White version
The lightweight Italian Fiat 124, which had won the 1967 European Car of the Year, was adapted in order to survive treacherous Russian driving conditions. Among many changes, aluminium brake drums were added to the rear, and the original Fiat engine was dropped in favour of a newer design made by NAMI. This new engine had a modern overhead camshaft design but was never used in Fiat cars. 21013 is similar to VAZ-21011 with 1,198 cc engine.
Made in the USSR
Years of production: 1977 — 1988
Engine: 4 cylinders; 1198 cc
Power: 64 HP
Max speed: 142 km/h
Weight: 955 kg