3D model of a compact American car designed for city driving and marketed to the economy segment. Produced by the Nash Motors Company, the Metropolitan was in production from 1953 to 1961. The 1956 model belongs to the second generation of the series (1955-1958), which introduced several updates and improvements. The Metropolitan was originally designed by William J. Flajole and manufactured by the Austin Motor Company in the United Kingdom, making it the first American car to be built entirely overseas. The 1956 model featured a 1.5-liter inline four engine that produced about 52 horsepower and came with a three-speed manual transmission. The car was compact, measuring just 149.5 inches in length, and was considered ahead of its time in terms of fuel efficiency and space utilization.
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