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  • Nasr (car company)


    Nasr (, long form: El Nasr Automotive Manufacturing Company) is Egypt's state owned automobile company. It is the first Arab vehicle manufacturer, founded in 1960 in Helwan, Egypt. Since 1979 the company has produced licensed versions of the Fiat 1100 R, Fiat 1300, Fiat 2300, Fiat 128, Fiat 125, Fiat 133, Fiat 126, series 2 Fiat 127, 1983–92 FSO Polonez and in 1991 introduced a further range of Fiat-designed cars licensed via the Turkish company Tofaş. In the early 2000s Nasr began producing the Florida range under license from Serbian manufacturer Zastava.

  • Zastava Florida


    The Zastava Florida, also known as Yugo Sana, Yugo Miami or Yugo Florida, is a five-door hatchback which was introduced by Yugoslav automaker Zastava on 19 February 1987 and remained in production until 2008. The Florida was based on the Fiat Tipo, and was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and a group of Zastava engineers at Italdesign. The Florida was the most advanced and independently engineered automobile produced by Zastava before it stopped producing civilian automobiles in 2008. It was sold in the UK from 1988 to 1992, badged as the Yugo Sana and available with a 1.4 litre petrol engine from the Fiat Tipo supplied under licence from Fiat, but it was eventually withdrawn from sale due to its distributor, Zastava (GB) Ltd, going out of business as a consequence of the Yugoslav wars and economic sanctions. Several years after its debut in Europe, the Nasr-badged Florida began production in Helwan District in Cairo, Egypt by Nasr. Nasr's Florida is almost exactly the same as Zastava's Florida, except with a modified grille.

  • Yugo Florida


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