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Smyk - Polish microcar from 1957
« on: November 27, 2020, 08:40:15 AM »
Hello!
Did you know that Poland had plans to create their own microcar? Smyk was a prototype Polish microcar developed in 1957 in the Warsaw Automotive Industry Construction Office. The idea was to create the cheapest possible microcar for four people in the 2+2 system, i.e. two adults and two children.

Specifications:
Engine S03
Displacement: 349 cm³
Cylinder diameter x piston stroke: 75 x 75 mm
Compression ratio: 6,8
Maximum power: 15 HP (11 kW) at 5500 rpm
Max. torque: 24 Nm at 4000 rpm

Chassis
Suspension: independent for all wheels
Front/rear brakes: drum 200 mm/reel 200 mm

Dimensions and weights
Wheelbase: 1700 mm
Wheelbase front/rear: 1100/1100 mm
Kerb weight: 470 kg[1]

Performance
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: nonexistent
Maximum speed: 70 km/h
Fuel consumption: 5 l/100 km

Source: Wikipedia