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Nissan Be-1

First picture, Nissan Be-1 standard roof BK10

After being exhibited at the 26th Tokyo Motor Show, the Be-1 was launched two years later in January 1987 (the canvas top model debuted in March). The "nostalgic modern" design concept stressed relaxation and comfort. At the time Japanese society was shifting towards more individualism, so this car was well received. Production was limited and it was so popular that, at its launch, buyers were chosen by lottery.

Specs

Overall length / width / height
3,635/1,580/1,395mm
Wheelbase
2,300mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,365/1,350mm
Curb weight
700kg
Engine
MA10 (4-cyl. in line, OHC), 987cc
Max. power (net)
38kW (52PS)/6,000rpm
Max. torque (net)
75Nm (7.6kgm)/3,600rpm
Transmission
3-speed AT, floor shift
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut/4-link
Tires
165/70HR12
Seating capacity
5

Second picture, Be-1 canvas roof BK10

Based on a "nostalgic modern" concept, the Be-1 design was well balanced, using rounded features typified by the headlights. The concept extended to the cabin interior, with its full-cloth knit upholstery and round ventilation grilles combining comfort and fun. Notable was its use of recyclable thermoplastic resin (a world first). The canvas top version was launched in March 1987.

Specs

Overall length / width / height
3,635/1,580/1,420mm
Wheelbase
2,300mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,365/1,350mm
Curb weight
710kg
Engine
MA10 (4-cyl. in line, OHC), 987cc
Max. power (net)
38kW (52PS)/6,000rpm
Max. torque (net)
75Nm (7.6kgm)/3,600rpm
Transmission
3-speed AT, floor shift
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut/4-link
Tires
165/70HR12
Seating capacity
5

Third picture, Be-1 Yokohama Stadium relief car BK10

This custom-made open car, based on the Be-1, was designed as a relief car for use at the Yokohama Stadium, the home ground of the Yokohama BayStars baseball team. The passenger seat is slightly raised. After debuting in 1987, it was used for about 2 years. A famous pitcher, Kazuhiro "Daimajin" Sasaki, who used to play in Seattle Mariners, used this car when he was in Yokohama BayStars before he became a major leaguer.

Specs

Overall length / width / height
3,635/1,580/1,370mm
Wheelbase
2,300mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,365/1,350mm
Minimum turning radius
4.3m
Engine
MA10 (4-cyl. in line, OHC), 987cc
Max. power (net)
38kW (52PS)/6,000rpm
Max. torque (net)
75Nm (7.6kgm)/3,600rpm
Transmission
3-speed AT
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut/4-link
Brakes (front/rear)
Disc/drum
Tires
165/70HR12
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