• No.247

Laurel Hardtop 2000GX (1970 : KPC30)

Sedan

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,330/1,605/1,380mm
Wheelbase
2,620mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,315/1,310mm
Curb weight
1,020kg
Engine
G20 Twin (4-cyl. in line, OHC), 1,815cc
Engine Max. power
92kW (125PS)/5,800rpm
Engine Max. torque
172Nm (17.5kgm)/3,600rpm
Transmission
4-speed, floor shift
Suspension (front, rear)
Strut, semi trailing-arm
Brakes
(front/rear)Disc/drum
Top speed
180km/h

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Laurel Hardtop 2000GX(1970: KPC30)

The first generation Laurel C30 rolled out in 1968 was an innovative vehicle, different from Bluebird 510 and Cedric 130, that created a new category of “the car for high-class owners”.
One of the features was advanced technologies such as G18 engine (1800cc, 4-cyl. inline, OHC of cross-flow type), 4-wheel independent suspension of strut/semi trailing arm, and rack-and-pinion steering. Its stately and elegant form was also a selling point. A model with G20 engine (2000cc) and a model of Nissan's first pillar-less 2-door hardtop were added in 1970.

This car is 2000GX of the highest grade in hardtop series with vinyl chloride leather roof that was in fashion at the time.