LMC Kazemaru (1982-1990)

LMC Kazemaru (1982-1990)

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The LMC Kazemaru was one of the few cars with pop-up headlights made by LMC. In the 80s, japanese brands such as Honda and Toyota started to see the pop-up headlights as a good choice for increase the drag coefficient of sportive cars. Later, even family sedans adopted this Law of Pop-Up Headlights. In a small amount of time the pop-up headlights became an emblem of the cars made in the 80s. And the LMC Kazemaru is one of these. The Kazemaru shares the interior with the big sister, the LMC Drum, which was a family sedan. The Kazemaru was sold in Japan and North America: in America, however, the name was Wilderness. It was powered by a 2.0L L4 DOHC coupled to a 5-speed manual gearbox system in a RWD layout. The LMC Kazemaru was avalaible in two different colours from 1982 to 1986 and only in the last 4 years it was avalaible with the single paint. From 1984, the LMC Kazemaru was avalaible with the 3.0L L4 DOHC coupled to a 6-speed automatic gearbox system in a 4WD layout. In the 1989 the Kazemaru has been facelifted and it was sold with a version called "Venice Blue": the car was avalaible only with a deep blue paint (the one in the photo) and it was powered by a 2.6L L4 DOHC with a powerful intercooler and a turbo elaborated. It was coupled to a 6-speed automatic gearbox system in a 4WD layout. In the 1990, the Kazemaru ended its life. #80s #car #classic #coupe #Kazemaru #LMC #popup_headlights #vehicle #voiture
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