The Syrena Meluznya R will be in a very sporty fun only for circuit
The legendary Syrena will be revived with a splendid air of retro style more than 30 years after the cessation of their production. In the same way that has occurred with the successful Fiat 500, the subcompact of Polish origin will return to dealerships by the canadian company AK Engine founded by expatriate poles. The little urbanite will continue to write its history having built more than 500,000 units between the years 1957 and 1983.
retro Style to a sporty, with a propeller of 400 HP and all-wheel-drive
this Is a utility body coupe that cost about 8,000 euros. In their offer we will find, in principle, blocks of low displacement for its modest use in the major cities while maintaining fuel efficiency. However, in contrast, possess a extreme version called Syrena Meluznya R that gives the feeling that it will put in more of a hurry to sporting renown.
do Not speak of a simile of the Abarth 500, but of something that goes far beyond: a sporty limited edition focused for the competition. Its rows of seats have been replaced by baquets with safety harnesses. In its interior it mounts the propeller 2.0-liter Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X paying to 400 HP and a tubular chassis of steel manufactured by hand. Your behind adds a great spoiler fixed.
Syrena Meluznya R: a compact retro just 4 meters long, 400 HP and 1,100 kg of weight
If you say that it will also have four wheel drive and a total weight of 1.100 Kg now you can imagine that this utilitarian chic becomes a bullet. In fact, preliminary data features reveal the figure of 3.8 sec for the 0 to 100 km/h, faster than a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S.
will be built 25 units, that will not be approved to move off the track for a price of € 60,000 each a, a cost much higher than conventional versions. The manufacturer has already previously had an approach to the sports with the Syrena Sport equipped with the mechanical V6 from a Nissan 370Z
The release date of this version so crazy is not yet defined, but for the moment we know that the Syrena Meluznya conventional you will see the light this same year in Poland.