For the moment the new Zastava 10 will only be offered with Fiat's 60bhp 1.2-litre
petrol engine, although the licensing agreement will allow
for the 1.9-litre 16v Mulijet to be fitted in the future.
The car, which will be well equipped like Western European
variants will feature power steering,
front airbag, electric windows and air-conditioning
standard, and is set to be priced at 7,990 euros.
General-Director Zoran Radoevic introduced the new car
during a press conference in the Ceremonial Hall at the 5th
Novi Sad Car Show, announcing that the Punto-based model
will go on sale within a few days. The Novi Sad Car Show -
which runs from today until Sunday - is Serbia's leading
motor show and manufacturers attending include Audi, BMW,
Chevrolet, Citroen, Dacia, Ford, Hyundai, Kia, Lada, Mazda,
Mercedes, Nissan, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Seat, Suzuki,
Toyota and Volkswagen.