Video: A Copy Of Lotus Seven From North Ossetia Is Patented In Russia
Rospatent has published a document registering the design of a two-seater roadster similar to the Lotus Seven. The author of the project is Robert Zangiev, a turner from North Ossetia.
- The Ossetian roadster has a steel tubular space frame, a blue fiberglass body and four small headlights. The car has no roof or doors, and there is a small trunk behind the rollbar.
According to Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Robert Zangiev built a car in a workshop in the courtyard of his house. He made all the body parts on his own, making casts from plaster and filling them with fiberglass.
- The roadster is equipped with a 1.7-liter gasoline engine and a five-speed "mechanics" from the old Niva. Robert bought a broken SUV for several thousand rubles, repaired and moved the engine and transmission to the roadster. With them, the homemade product accelerates to 120 km / h.
- It took eight years and 250 thousand rubles to create a unique car. Now Robert Zangiev is certifying his model in order to establish small-scale production to order.
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