Nasr Polonez MR'89
In 1989, the '89 FSO Polonez appeared, the facelift included a rear trunk lid lowered to the bumper level, new rear lamps, rear window wiper-washer placed horizontally, and side repeaters placed horizontally near front doors. In January 1989, the first catalyzed Polonezes (1500 only) were shown at the Amsterdam Auto Show.Simultaneously, a version with an Italian FNM-built (Fratelli Negri Motori) 1,366 cc (1.4 L) turbo diesel and a five-speed manual appeared (called the "Polonez Piedra 1.3 Turbodiesel"), specifically for the Belgian MARKET. This engine has 60 PS (44 kW) at 4,500 rpm, enough for a top speed of 155 km/h (96 mph).
Nasr Şahin 1400 and 1600 SL
Nasr 128 GLS 1300
The Fiat 128 is a front-engine, front wheel drive four-passenger small family car MANUFACTURED and marketed by Fiat for model years 1969–1985 in two- and four-door sedan, three- and five-door wagon as well as two-door and three-door coupes (128SL/128 3P) variants. Rather than a sport or convertible model carrying the 128 nameplate, the 128 running gear and engine were reconfigured for a mid-engined layout and marketed as the Fiat X1/9.
Zastava also produced the 128 in its original, four-door sedan form. Until 2009, CKD kits were MANUFACTURED by Egypt's Nasr car COMPANY as the Nasr 128.
Nasr Polonez 1500
The Polonez is a rebodied Polski Fiat 125p that Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) built under license from Fiat. The internal components, including modernized 1.3/1.5 Litre engines, (pistons and carburetor), the chassis, and other mechanicals, were from the Polski Fiat 125p, but the body was an entirely new hatchback body designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The car was meant to be equipped with Fiat's 2.0 Litre DOHC engines in the 1980s, but financial problems at the time made the purchase of a license from Fiat impossible. This is also why the 125p was produced simultaneously with the Polonez for more than a decade. Moreover, mechanical modernization only took place when it could be applied to both cars. This situation finally changed after the production of the 125p ended in 1991.
Nasr Florida 1400
The Zastava Florida, also known as Yugo Sana, Yugo Miami or Yugo Florida, is a five door hatchback which was introduced by Serbian automaker Zastava on 19 February 1987 and remained in production until 2008. The Florida was based on the Fiat Tipo, and was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and a group of Zastava engineers at Italy design. The Florida was the most advanced and independently engineered automobile produced by Zastava before it stopped producing civilian automobiles in 2008.