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    Nissan Leopard

    First picture, Leopard Turbo 2000SGX PF30

    he first-generation Leopard (F30), designed to be a specialty car, was launched in September 1980. This well-appointed hardtop was available in both 4-door and 2-door versions, with a choice of two engines: the 2,000cc L20 or the 2,800cc L28. There was a minor change in 1982, when it was equipped with the world’s first steering switches by optical communications.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,630/1,690/1,345mm
    Wheelbase
    2,625mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,400/1,385mm
    Curb weight
    1,250kg
    Engine
    L20ET (V6, OHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    107kW (145PS)/5,600rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    206Nm (21kgm)/3,200rpm
    Transmission
    4-speed AT, floor shift
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Strut, semi trailing-arm
    Brakes (front, rear)
    Ventilated disc, disc
    Tires
    195/70SR14 (front & rear)

    Second picture, Leopard Turbo 2000XS-II GF30

    The second-generation Leopard (F31) was launched in February 1986 as a stylish 2-door coupe equipped with a newly developed V6 engine (VG30/VG20). The Altima, the most luxurious grade, featured an electronically controlled suspension with ultrasonic sonar, thereby living up to its concept as a specialty car.
    Overall length / width / height
    4,680/1,690/1,370mm
    Wheelbase
    2,615mm
    Tread
    1,435mm (front & rear)
    Curb weight
    1,370kg
    Engine
    L20ET (V6, OHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    114kW (155PS)/6,000rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    209Nm (21.3kgm)/3,600rpm
    Transmission
    4-speed AT, floor shift
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Strut, semi trailing-arm
    Brakes (front, rear)
    Ventilated disc, disc
    Tires
    205/60SR15 (front & rear)

    Third picture, Leopard Hardtop 200X ZGX PF30

    The first-generation Leopard (F30), with its innovative styling and advanced technologies, was presented as a "new genre, new age car", providing high performance and high quality. It was launched on September 30, 1980 with its sibling, the Leopard TR-X (F30Y).

    The F30’s styling was instantly recognizable: it combined smooth curves and sharp lines to create a dynamic, streamlined form. It also featured a slanted nose with headlights set at 26.5 degrees (the highest angle for a domestic model) and sharply slanted windshield, giving it excellent aerodynamic performance (Cd: 0.37). The interior was distinguished by its elegant soft-trim finish, used throughout the cabin. The F30 was equipped with the world’s first electronic multi-meter, a drive computer, an audio system with auto-volume control (the first of its type in a Japanese car), tilting/telescopic steering column, and automatic air conditioner (standard equipment for the top-of-the-line model). Nissan also adopted several advanced technologies to ensure a comfortable ride - zero-scrub suspension, ventilated disc brakes (all models), and Japan’s first auto-levelizer (standard equipment on the top-grade SF-L).

    To start with, there was a choice of 2 series, the 4-door hardtop and 2-door hardtop, plus 3 engines: the L28E, L20E, and Z18S. On July 28 of the following year, the L20E turbo engine was added to the lineup. Also, on the September 20, 1982, following a minor change, the front grille was changed to a transparent plastic type. Launched at that time, the 200XZGX was the top of the non-turbo line, equipped with the world’s first fiber-optic steering wheel switches (ASCD and audio switches mounted in the center pad), and high-quality plain-weave cloth upholstery as standard.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,630/1,690/1,355mm
    Wheelbase
    2,625mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,400/1,385mm
    Curb weight
    1,260kg
    Engine (LPG)
    L20E (6-cyl. in-line, OHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    92kW (125PS)/6,000rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    167Nm (17.0kgm)/4,400rpm
    Transmission
    3-speed AT, floor shift
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Strut, semi trailing-arm
    Brakes (front, rear)
    Ventilated disc, disc
    Tires
    185/70R14 (front & rear)
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