NSU 1968

Prinz 4
1000 / TT / TTS
1200
Wankel Spider - ost. rok
Ro 80

Germany

Nowy Ro 80 wykazuje niestety sporo wad w konstrukcji silnika. Nabywcy skarżą się na niską trwałość uszczelnień między tłokiem a cylindrem oraz wysokie zużycie paliwa i oleju. Z całkowitej liczby 127530 samochodów wyprodukowanych w tym roku przez NSU, 5986 stanowiły Ro 80.

Od lewej: Prinz 4, 1000, TT/TTS i 1200.
 

Prinz 4

Prinz 4 (2 cyl, 598 cm³, 30 PS; wb 2040mm)
Prinz 4L (2 cyl, 598 cm³, 30 PS; wb 2040mm)


British advert March '68.
 

1000, TT and TTS

1000 (4 cyl, 996 cm³, 43 PS; 2250 mm)
Prinz 1000 TT (4 cyl, 1085 cm³, 55 PS; 2250 mm) – end
TT (4 cyl, 1177 cm³, 65 PS; 2250 mm) – new
TTS (4 cyl, 996 cm³, 70 PS; 2250 mm)


NSU 1000

NSU TTS
 

1200

(4 cyl, 1177 cm³, 55 PS; 2440 mm)


NSU 1200 C

NSU 1200 C
 

Wankel-Spider

1 rotor, 500 cm³, 50 PS; wb 2018 mm

 
 

Ro 80

(2 rotor, 497,5 cm³, 115 PS; 2869 mm)

Hardly any other car that has come onto the market in recent years attracted so much interest among the public and especially among experts as the NSU Ro 80. Only a relatively small number of cars has been made so far, but the car stands out. The Ro 80 is highly praised by drivers not so much for the engine but for other qualities of the car: the excellent chassis and the unconventionally designed body, many safety features etc. With regard to the engine, the exceptional smoothness is recognized. In any case, it remains a pioneering achievement of the company NSU, who developed the Wankel engine and built around him a remarkably advanced car.