Shogun Libera (1986-1991)

Shogun Libera (1986-1991)

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The Shogun Libera was an executive sedan made by Shogun from 1986 until 1991, being replaced by Shogun Celera. The Libera was a luxury sedan of the 80s. The interior was the same of the Mitsubishi Galant Sigma (shared by xrw960h on the 3d Warehouse), as well as wheels and wing mirror. The Libera was a project started in 1982, but only in 1986 the car will see the light because Shogun wanted a good engine for the executive sedan that was going to fight the sales of Honda Legend and Hyundai Grandeur. The Libera was sold in Japan and, only after 1989, in North and South Korea with the name "Haineko". In 1990 the Libera received a big facelift and the facelifted versions had a written that said "Alpha Version". In 1991 the Libera finished its life. It was powered by 2.0L L4 DOHC In-line with 12v, able to develope 78kw, which means 106 hp. The top speed was 189,2km/h and the transmission was A/A (or FF). The engine was coupled to a 5-speed automatic gearbox system in a FWD layout. In the 1990 was avalaible with another option, a 2.2L L4 DOHC In-line with 20v, 150hp and a remarkable top speed of 215km/h. It was coupled to a 5-speed manual gearbox system in a RWD layout. Most of the components of the Libera were produced by LMC (Leon Motor Company) and the same sedan was sold in North America as a rebadged LMC, the LMC Drum Omega Version, due to the big differences with the true LMC Drum. #80s #90s #big_sedan #car #carro #executive_sedan #Libera #Red #Shogun #template_by_The_Flying_Finn #The_Flying_Finn #vehicle #voiture
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