Backstory: The Shihtzu Hokkaido is a rear wheel drive, mid-engined two-seat roadster kei car produced from May 1991 to February 1996. The Hokkaido was the first car to be approved by Yoshikazu Tomita and Kikuo Kaira since the Shihtzu Kai in 1982. The total number of cars produced was around 38,600. Most of the production (around two-thirds) occurred in the first year, and then production and sales fell drastically. The design of the car originated from Pininfarina, who then sold the design plan to Shihtzu. The Hokkaido was one of many cars designed to take advantage of Japan's tax-efficient kei car class.
Jbeam editing: Interior view, custom engine sounds, taken from Beam, custom horn, changed which items can break off the car in an accident.
Engine: 600 cc. (0.6L / 36 cui) SOHC 6V Inline 3
Drivetrain: Mid Transverse RWD.
Power: 60 HP @ 8.900 RPM. & 60 Nm @ 3.400 RPM.
Redline: 9.200 RPM.
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual.
Top Speed: 213 KPH.
Fuel Economy: 35.0 KM/L.
Engine Weight: 74 KG.
0 to 100 km/h: 12.2 sec.
80 to 120 km/h: 8.04 sec.
100 to 0 km/h: 41 m.
1/4 Mile: 18.78 sec.
1 Mile: 33.31 sec.
Chassis Type: Monocoque.
Chassis Material: AHS Steel.
Panel Material: Aluminum.
Body Type: 2 door – 2-seater.
Front Tires: 115/100R13 (77V).
Rear Tires: 155/75R13 (85V).
Front Brakes: 250 mm. 1 2LS Drum.
Rear Brakes: 220 mm. 2 Piston Solid Disc.
Suspension: Double Wishbone front and rear.
Weight: 689 KG. (42% front, 58% rear).
Wheel base / Length / Width: 2.25 m. / 3.28 m. / 1.38 m.
1991 Shihtzu Hokkaido 1.3
The Shihtzu Hokkaido is a rear wheel drive, mid-engined two-seat roadster kei car.