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Autocade is an inter­national car cyclo­pædia that’s geo­­graphically unbiased, carefully edited for enthu­­siasts and media who want a quick, accurate reference.


Hyundai Presto

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Hyundai Presto (X1). 1985–9 (prod. 545,457). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1298, 1468 cm³ (I4 OHC). Booted version of Pony Excel, and usually sold as Excel or Pony in overseas markets. Attractive Giugiaro styling. Helped Hyundai establish itself ..→

Innocenti S

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Innocenti S. 1963–5 (prod. 2,074). 2-door convertible. F/R, 1098 cm³ (I4 OHV). Revised Spyder, still on Austin-Healey Sprite Mk I underpinnings, but now with front disc brakes to cope with the additional power. Sales dropped once ..→

Volkswagen Polo Vivo

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Volkswagen Polo Vivo. 2010 to date (prod. n/a). 3-, 4- and 5-door sedan. F/F, 1398, 1598 cm³ (I4 DOHC). Entry-level Volkswagen, based around Polo IV, for South African market, replacing long-serving Citi. ..→

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