Peugeot 104 "Sundgau" (1978)
The Peugeot 104 designed by Paolo Martin and introduced at the September 1972 Paris Motor Show. On its launch, the Peugeot 104 was offered as a compact four-door fastback. Although it had a short, sloping rear end that suggested a hatchback, there was originally a separate boot/trunk, as on a conventional saloon. A three-door coupé was launched on a shortened chassis at the 1973 Paris Motor Show. A facelift in July 1976 saw the four-door saloon replaced with a five-door hatchback.
After three more facelifts in 1978, 1980 and 1980 production ended in 1986.
The available engines were a 954cc, a 1.124cc, 1.219cc and a 1.360cc, producing from 44 PS DIN to 93 PS DIN.
The model on these photos is a special version 1978 104 "Sundgau", which equiped with the 1.124cc engine produced 66 PS DIN at 6200rpm and 8,5kgm at 4000rpm. Top speed was 155km/h and it could accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 15,5" sec.
In total 1.200 104 "Sundgau" were produced.