11/05/2018 09:06 | B92
Irrespective of all his defects, Jugo will always remain in our hearts. And although it has not been produced for ten years, it has not been forgotten even by international car enthusiasts.
The pride of the Yugoslav car industry worldwide is sold in more than 800,000 copies, so it has recalled beyond the borders of the former state.
One of those who remembered him well was designer Michael Merkler, so good that Jugo served him as an inspiration for his digital designs.
Merkler gave us some insight into how the modern Jugo may look like a survivor of the transition, and as a sport defense, the American text of the Yugo 311 was used as the basis.
Below the name of the Yugo GT 5000 Concept, we see the Jugo that we could never imagine, the size of the Chrysler C 300, the LED light, the 20-inch wheels and the 265mm tires and the brake caliper power.
Under the hood of the Yuga GT000, a 5.0-liter V8 with turbocharger and four-wheel drive is designed to be powered by an octagonal automatic.
This Jugo "develops" 600 hp, with an acceleration of 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds with a top speed of 320 km / h.