FSO Polonez 1978 - 1985
FSO Polonez, manufactured by FSO between 1978 and 2002, is actually an improved version of FSO 125, a vehicle designed by the Polish company under a license agreement with Fiat. The Polonez was a mid-size car available in multiple body styles, including 3-door hatchback, 4-door sedan, 5 door-hatchback, 5-door station wagon, also known as FSO Caro, and 2-door cab and double cab pick-up. The name of the car was inspired by polonaise, a Polish dance mostly popular during the 18th century. As mentioned, the Polonez shared a lot of parts with its predecessor FSO 125, but all the components, and include here the engine and the chassis, where installed on the above mentioned bodies.