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The Ford Capri is a GT-class coupe car manufactured from 1968 to 1986, which was developed in three generations. The first-generation Capri was designed by the American Philip T. Clark, who was also involved in the development of the legendary sixties Ford Mustang, so the Capri was the equivalent of the Ford Mustang for the European market. Sporty, well-managed, inexpensive and practical, the Capri has become a very successful Ford car with almost 1.9 million units sold in total. Not surprisingly, in 1977, the Capri was the seventh best-selling car on the UK market. It is now simply inconceivable that a coupe car could have such high sales. Introduced in 1978, the third-generation Ford Capri became even more aerodynamic and economical, but the differences compared to its predecessor were insignificant. At the front, the new Capri got four headlights, a plastic radiator grille very similar to the Ford Fiesta and Ford Granada models, as well as reduced chrome bumpers, matt black door handles and a black window trim. The car’s aerodynamics were improved by six percent and the clamping force by as much as 18 percent. The new body has reduced fuel consumption by ten percent, which was crucial for the European market. Under the hood, Ford left the same engines and introduced a new modern 2.8-liter engine with a fuel injection system and a 5-speed manual transmission. In the South African market, the Fiat Capri was produced with an impressive 5.0-liter Ford V8 engine.
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