The concept of the Nissan Figaro was first shown to the public in 1989, at the Tokyo Motor Show under the slogan "Back to the Future."
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Only 8,000 copies left the assembly line, then due to high demand, it was decided to release 12,000 more cars. Even before the start of sales, it became clear that there were more orders than machines. To no one was hurt, among potential buyers held a lottery. The winners received a tiny two-color Figaro with a hinged roof, round headlights, an automatic transmission, a chic white leather lounge, air conditioning and a CD player.
When creating the Figaro, the retro style was precisely designed (by designer Shoji Takahashi).
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The roof was partially made of white leather, covered with acrylic film. The car had 4 seats, although the rear seats more suited for luggage. Therefore, the layout of places is better to express the formula 2x2.
It is worth noting that many celebrities are owners of avtodovinki. For example, Nissan Figaro is in the garage of musician Eric Clapton, as well as Princess Eugene of York, a member of the British royal family. The Figaro model is still popular today and is consistently listed on the market.