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Cheetah - the SPECS

Cheetah

Last update on October 19. 2010 in Off Road.

General

Type

Cheetah

Years built

1977

Production

1 units

Presentation

March 1977 Geneva Auto Show

Type of car

Four-seater, off road vehicle

Designed by

M.T.I.

Built by

M.T.I.

Dimensions

Wheelbase

3000 mm / 117.9 in

Overall length

4320 mm / 169.78 in

Overall width

1880 mm / 73.88 in

Overall height

1580 mm / 62.09 in

Front track

1520 mm / 59.74 in

Rear track

1520 mm / 59.74 in

Ground clear.

280 mm / 11 in

Weight

2042 kg / 4503 lbs

Chassis

Structure

Tubular steel

Body

Synthetic Fibre bodywork

Suspension

Torsion bars front and rear with coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers

Brakes

Ventilated discs on front and rear wheels (Countach)

Steering type

Unassisted

Front tire size

n.a.

Rear tire size

n.a.

Type of tire

Tubeless tires with an internal safety tyre

Front wheel

n.a. inch

Rear wheel

n.a. inch

Type of wheel

Pressed steel

Engine

Type

Chrysler V-8, rear mounted, permanent four wheel drive

Distribution

Overhead camshaft, rods and rocker arms

Main Bearings

5

Cyl.Capacity

5898 cc / 360 ci

Bore & stroke

101.6x90.9 mm

Compr. Ratio

8.4

Max. power

183 Bhp at 4000 rpm

Max. torque

32 Kgm at 3500 rpm

Cooling system

Water cooling

Ignition

Coil and one distributors

Electr. system

12 V

Fuel system

Electric pump, 1 double Holley carburetor

Fuel consumption

n.a. (Range : 620 Km)

Lubrication

Wet sump

Drivetrain

Type

Chrysler A 727 3 speed + rev. automatic with torque convertor, with differential at both front and rear

Clutch

Dry-single plate, hydraulically operated

Final drive ratio

3.27:1

Performance

Top speed

167 Km/h / 104 Mph

0 - 100 Km/h

9.00 sec.

Capacities

Fuel

133 Liter / 35 Gallon

Engine oil

7 Liter / 2 Gallon

Cooling system

17 Liter / 4 Gallon

Pricing

US MSRP

USD 25,000

Current value

Original prototype was totally destroyed in an accident

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