|Production||78 produced by "SsangYong" 1990-1993|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-door roadster|
|Engine||1.6L & 2.0L DOHC Ford I4
2.8L Ford Cologne V6
2.9L Ford Cologne V6
|Transmission||4-speed & 5 speed MT75 manual
|Wheelbase||100.4 in (2,550 mm)|
|Length||151.6 in (3,851 mm)|
|Width||66.5 in (1,689 mm)|
|Height||50.0 in (1,270 mm)|
|Curb weight||2,127 lb (965 kg)|
Unlike the Vauxhall-based Lima, the Kallista used Ford mechanicals, including a range of engines from 1.6 L straight-4 to 2.9 L Cologne V6. Like its predecessor, it featured styling resembling earlier Allard and Morgan cars.
The later SsangYong-built models of the 1990s used a 2.0 L engine.
The Kallista used an aluminium body over a purpose-built steel chassis. Also build Glassfiber Resin body Performance was good, with a sprint to 60 mph (96.6 km/h) taking under 8 seconds.
The Kallista was produced from 1982 through 1990 until SsangYong Motor Company released a badge engineered version in 1992 called the SsangYong Kallista. Only 78 of the SsangYong models were ever built.
Sources and further reading
Media related to Panther Kallista at Wikimedia Commons
|SsangYong Motor Company, automobile timeline, 1980s–present|
|Full-size luxury car||Chairman H|
|Mini SUV||Korando I||Korando II|
|Compact SUV||Actyon||Korando III|
|Mid-size SUV||Korando Family||Musso||Kyron|
|Rexton I||Rexton II|
|Pick-up||Musso Sports||Actyon Sports|