Fiat 131 Supermirafiori
The Fiat 131 was a medium family car manufactured by Italian carmaker Fiat between 1974 and 1984. It supplanted the Fiat 125 and was obtainable as a 2- and 4-door saloon, plus 5-door estate. The standard version was branded Mirafiori with 1.3L or 1.6L SOHC engines, while in 1978 Fiat released an enhanced model called Supermirafiori with DOHC engines and included diesel-powered models and the 131 Racing.
The Fiat 131 Abarth was a victorious rally car, winning the World Rally Championship three times in 1977, 1978, and 1980, with Walter Röhrl as driver. The model lineup by the early 1980s included the Mirafiori with 1300 and 1600cc engines and the Supermirafiori with 1300cc, 1600cc, and 2000cc twin-cam engines, which had a higher degree of luxury features. Diesel models came as 2000cc Mirafiori and 2500cc Supermirafiori, complemented by a supercharged 2000cc variant.
The Spanish SEAT maker featured a 131 twin known as the SEAT 131, marketed and produced solely in Spain in 4-door bodies. SEAT factories produced the estate version called 131 Panorama for export, but simply with Fiat emblems. Turkish Tofas companies also produced 131s under Fiat license, represented by the Murat, Dogan, and Kartal (the estate). Subsequently, these vehicles were replaced with newer Fiat models.
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