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Manufacturer Universal Power Drives Ltd (England)
Production 1967–1968
Body and chassis
Class Special Production
Engine 1.1 L Inline four-cylinder
Length 64 inches (1624 mm)
Width 66 inches (1675 mm)
Height 74 inches (1878 mm)

The Quasar-Unipower was a box-like car produced in limited numbers between 1967 and 1968 by Universal Power Drives of Perivale, Middlesex, England who also made the Unipower sports car.

Designed by Quasar Khanh, a French-Vietnamese designer and engineer, the car used plastic inflatable seats, a glass roof and sliding glass doors, in a cube-like configuration that was wider than it was long. The Unipower employed a four-cylinder 1100 cc BMC engine with an automatic transmission. Modified Mini subframes carried the suspension components and Mini 10 inch wheels were used. The car had a top speed of 50 miles per hour.[1]

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