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1995 SsangYong Panther Solo III

Panther Westwind was a British car manufacturer, building luxury cars in a limited number. The first car was the J72, a reproduction of the legendary Jaguar SS 100. The other models made by Panther were also retro-style cars.

The Panther Solo III concept was developed by SsangYong, a South Korean car company, which bought Panther in the 1980s. Thanks to the aerodynamic style and lightweight, it is harmonious with performance and economy, and the air spoiler and air cooler add luxuriousness to Solo III.

It is equipped with the DOHC engine with a maximum output of 220hp and 5,500rpm, displacement of 3,199 cc, top speed 254km/h, and instantaneous acceleration of 100 kmh in 5.7 seconds.

Solo III was designed by EMS (Energy Management System) method in horseshoe type and equipped with FRP body, aluminum honeycomb, tempered glass, shatterproof and unfreezing special windscreen, and rear wing design that does not obstruct the rear view for maximum safety.

Engine & performance:

  • Type: 6-cylinder, DOHC

  • Capacity: 3199 cc

  • Power: 220 hp @ 5500 rpm

  • Torque: 310 Nm @ 3750 rpm

  • Drive: RWD

  • Top speed: 254 km/h


  • Length: 4334 mm

  • Width: 1790 mm

  • Height: 1180 mm

  • Weigth: 1340 kg

Images: SsangYong