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ZAZ (Zaporozhsky Avtomobilny Zavod) is an automobile manufacturer based in the Ukraine. The factory was set up in 1960 to create the Russian equivalent of the Volkswagen -- a car for the ordinary people.

The car was powered by an air-cooled V4 engine. The early model body was similar to the Fiat 600. A later restyling made the car look more like a NSU Prinz.

Since the 1990s ZAZ is owned by Daewoo.

Sometimes sold as Zaporozhets or Yalta.

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