No, with Welsh on the English throne, the Tudor has nothing to do, but the name is simply due to the fact that it has only two doors. Too
bad, noble it is not, although it is the opinion of koda people, it has inherited the properties of at least two successful pre-war models, the
Popular and Rapid.
The body of the koda 1101 represents, although being clearly the modernization of the two, the pre-war period. The transition to the
pontoon shape is already visible and the headlights are no longer standing alone. It turns out to be a classic beauty, only a year after the
The claim is set up a little by the steering wheel and its figurative decoration (picture above). Behind a wooden dashboard and the inevitable
band speedometer of that time. The koda 1101 has mounted shifter. Only its successor 1102 will be converted to column-mounted shifter in 1948.
Otherwise, there is little to report except that it loses the privilege of its name, because it will be slowly overtaken by the later presented
Despite the real socialism it will help that the number 1 producer of Czechoslovakia retains its reputation in the West and it is exported to
South Africa, Canada and Brazil. It will even succeed in races e.g. at the 24 hours of Spa Francorchamps in 1948. A supercharged version
performs up to 132 kW (180 hp). 05/16