1999 VAZ 11113

1999 VAZ 11113
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Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:750 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$1500

1999 VAZ 11113 specs, Engine size 0.8, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Manual

VAZ-1111 Oka is a city car designed in Russia in 1988 by AvtoVAZ featuring a 750 cc SOHC 2-cylinder engine. The car was developed by AutoVAZ, but it has never entered volume production there. All production was sourced to SeAZ factory in Serpukhov and ZMA in Naberezhnye Chelny (formerly owned by Kamaz and now owned by SeverstalAvto). There were plans to start production at the new plant in Yelabuga which never materialized. The car is also produced in Azerbaijan by the Gyandzha Auto Plant).

The name comes from the Oka river in Russia upon which Serpukhov is situated.

This extremely cheap, lightweight and simple car has taken the plume of ZAZ Zaporozhets, the pariah of USSR automotive industry. Zaporozhets was developed in 1975 as the "people's car" and served its purpose for almost ten years as a low-end transportation and occasion for cruel jokes. There was only one Soviet car more basic, and that was the special vehicle for disabled people, SZD. Initially, when Serpukhov factory engineers came up with the project for Oka, they turned to their VAZ colleagues.

The tiny car was to be a replacement for the SZD and featured a simple motorcycle engine. Andrei Rozov, one of the lead VAZ engineers, designed a new one from scratch, but then decision was made to implement the "chopped in half" VAZ 2108 4-cylinder engine instead. It was 1983, and the first Soviet front-wheel drive automobile, the 2108, was ready to hit the market; so the Oka initiative quickly became the next "people's car" project, the one that "every factory engineer can afford".

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