Thursday, December 18, 2008

Iran Unveils New Domestic Auto

Iranian automaker Saipa has unveiled its newly-designed domestically-manufactured 'Miniator' -- planned to hit the markets next year.
At the inauguration of the Miniator production line on Saturday, Saipa CEO Mehrdad Bazrpash said the company plans to manufacture an annual 200,000 units of the car.
Miniator averages 7 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers and puts out 80 horsepower with a displacement of 1500cc, ISNA reported.
Bazrpash said the automaker is already seeking to establish a foothold for the car in markets in the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and Latin America.
According to Saipa, the retail price of the car would not exceed US $10,000 when it enters the markets in the next year.

1 comment:

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that is a beautiful car.