Volkswagen Karmann Ghia 1300 Cabriolet 34 1966

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MærkeVolkswagen
ModelKarmann Ghia 1300 Cabriolet 34 [se alle Volkswagen Karmann]
Årgang1966
KategoriCabrio / Sport Cars
Sæder4*
Døre2
Type12S Cabrio
OprindelseslandGermany
1 Type-forkortelser: SAL: Sedan, FHC: Coupé, DHC: Cabriolet, HBK: Hatchback, EST: St. car
2 Royal Automobile Club - wiki

Dimensioner

Brændstofkapacitet40.00 liter
Passager plads3940 liter (1035,80 gallons)

Motor

Cylindre2
Volumen1285 cc
Typein-line, 4-cyl
Ventiler / cylinder2
Ventiler4
SumpWet sump
Kompression7.3:1

Præstationer

Max effekt42 Hk (4100 o/min)
Max effekt31.0 Kw (4100 o/min)
Max moment86.00 Nm (3000 o/min)
Max moment8,76 Kg/m (3000 o/min)
Accelleration 0-1000.00 s
Brændstofforbrug landevej0.00 l/100 km
Brændstofforbrug blandet0.00 l/100 km
Hk / ton0.0524 PS/kg

Chassis

Motor placeringRear
Bremser, for / bag3Drums/Drums
1 Drive-forkortelser: FWD: Forhjulstrukken, RWD: Baghjulstrukken, AWD/4WD: Alle/4-hjulstrukken
2 Ophæng-forkortelser: I: Independant, LA: Live Axle, W/DW: Wishbone/Double W., CS: Coil springs, ARB: Anti-roll bar, LS: Leaf springs, SE: Semi-elliptic leaf springs
3 Bremse-forkortelser: Ve: Ventilated, Di: Disc, Dr: Drum, S: Servo, ABS: Anti-lock Braking System

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