NAMI 1956

A-50 Belka (B4 cyl, 4 suw, 746cm³, 20 KM) - prototype

The Nami A-50 was designed by National AutoMobile Institute (NAMI) in Moscow and built by the Irbit Motorcycle Plant in Sverdlovsk, USSR. Two body styles were built: an utility vehicle and the 4-seater saloon. The front part of the cabin swivel forward and a side door on the right is used by passengers for access to the back seat. The 2 cylinder, 4 stroke engine is located in the back and driving rear wheels.


BIEŁKA. Nowoczesny samochodzik radziecki wykonany w dwóch wariantach: dla miasta (rys. a) oraz dla wsi (rys. b). Napęd na tylne koła, silnik o mocy znamionowej 20 KM (czterosuwowy, dwucylindrowy boxer, chłodzony powietrzem); szybkość maksymalna do 90 km/godz.
Samochody Współczesne, WK 1958