Colt 1100F

1968

Colt 1100F

The Colt series stirred up a storm of interest when the Colt 800 was launched in 1965 as the first Japanese car with fastback styling. It was followed in 1966 by the 1000F which used the same body design but was powered by a 4-cylinder 4-stroke engine. 1967 saw the addition to the series of Japan's first 3-door hatchback sedan. This was followed in August 1968 by the 4-door Colt 1000F and by the Colt 1100F Sport which offered various performances. Then in November of the same year the Colt 1100F Super Sport was announced with more focus on running performance in the series. The Super Sport featured a tuned engine using an SU twin carburetor to deliver 73 PS, had front disc brakes and radial tires and 3-point front seat belts and gave a glimpse of the company's first GT model.

Overall length 3740mm
Overall width 1450mm
Overall height 1400mm
Engine 1.1L