Engine: V6, 2418 cc, 285 HP @ 7400 rpm, max speed: 200-230 km/h, acceleration 0-100 km/h: 5s.
The car that never was:
FSO Syrena Sport - Developed by Cezary Nawrot in early ’60s of XX and created by group of FSO engineers in one, red copy. Based on a Panhard Dyna engine with some Junak motorcycle parts (cylinders, pistons). 1 May 1960 after many tests and hard work was finally showed for public. In Western Europe, Syrena Sport was named the most beautiful cars from behind the Iron Curtain.
Although the project enjoyed the attention, Syrena Sport met with reluctance by the communist regime, which considered it to be very extravagant idea. The prototype was in the warehouses to the seventies of the XX century. Then regime made the decision to completly destroy project. Workers were trying to save at all costs unique prototype, but a special commission was careful to completely break the whole body.
Now a group of enthusiasts are trying to build car from zero, using preserved materials.