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  Fiat 130 Coupé



EngineV-sixcylinder (60°)
Displacement (bore* stroke)3235 cm³ (102 mm * 66 mm)
Compression ratio8,3/9,1 / 9,1 : 1
Engine control2 * SOHC (toothed belt)
Valves2 per cylinder
Mixture formation3 double carburettors (Weber)
Torque260 Nm at 3400 rpm
Performance121 kW (165 HP) at 5800 rpm
Drive trainFront engine, rear drive
TransmissionThree-speed-automatic, five-speed (ZF)
Wheelbase2.720 mm
Turning circle12.100/12.300 mm
Front suspensionDamper strut, lateral arms, torsion bar springs
Rear suspensionOblique and transverse arms, coil springs, 2 stabilizers
Brakes f/rDisks, parking brake left of driver seat
Tyres205/70 VR 14 (6,5"), magnesium rims
Length4.842 mm
Width1.760 mm
Height1.353 mm
Tank capacity80 litres
Payload450 kg
Kerb weight1.600 kg + driver
Top speed195 km/h
PresentationGenf 1971
Manufactured1971 - 1977
Purchase price31.800 DM
QuantityBarely 4.500

A coupé can hardly be styled less similar to the sedan of the same name. It is not even shortened. Only the low waistline and the indicated trapezoidal line combines both vehicles a little. Otherwise, Pininfarina is a really great design succeeded. The clever simple design has had numerous imitators.

The limousine looks rather somewhat narrower and taller, the coupe is strongly conditioned on width. Front, rear, dashboard and interior seem to find no end in this regard. Even the steering wheel (pictured below), although interrupted by roundings in the crossbar, appears wider than high. And then the contrast to the more baroque limousine. Clear, flat, without any frills.


At the end, the designer makes it still better and builds - his time too much ahead - a kind of coupé station wagon as prototype called 'Maremma'. This is probably also due to the good available space in length. In which cars of this type fit the reclining seats with headrests removed before the back seats?

While the sedan is indeed low priced but unloved, certainly some people have ogled with this car. But, opposite to the sedan, it has an adventurous high price. Additionally, some defects came to light, but after some time Pininfarina got it under control. 07/16



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