You're sitting in your office at the Lubyanka building, the KGB head office, for another day of senseless report writing. No action has been seen for a while, just another endless stream of witness reporting and such boredoms. You're almost-
Someone storms into your office. "Comrade!" He yells. "There's a pursuit in progress, it's a spy! Come on, we need to get him!"
You quickly run outside, jump in, and fire up the new, shiny interceptor.
It's the new Tayga 31201 KGB special. That spy doesn't stand a chance. With its 153-horsepower 4.5L V8, the 31201 is much more beefy than most vehicles on the roads of the USSR.
Tearing through the streets, the V8 engine roaring, the tires screeching, and the double-wishbone suspension helping keep it on the road. The 4-cylinder 50's Tayga 3109 can't get away, and you quickly close up on him. Your top speed of just over 200 km/h is far above his!
You continue the pursuit, until - he's overdone it! Now's your chance! you step on it, and shunt his rear end. Weighing 1356kg with heavy steel bumpers, the 31201 is more than tough enough to take a hit with no self-sustained damage. He quickly spins, and before he has time to accelerate, you're already in position.
"Well done, comrade! You'll certainly get a promotion for this," smirks a high-ranking official, patting your shoulder as the spy is whisked away in handcuffs. Needless to say, the 31201 is a must-have for any KGB agent looking to catch filthy capitalist spies.
I hope you enjoyed this quick story - as you probably know by now, this is the 1966 Tayga 31201 KGB. It has all the bells and whistles an eastern-block interceptor needs, and is a blast to drive in general too. Onlookers will surely be impressed with both its power and looks, and even foreigners will inquire about its rarity.
I hope you enjoy this car - it's meant to be a realistic depiction of a 1960's Soviet interceptor.
Please let me know what you think. Thank you for driving my car.