Dacia is a brand of cars from Romania, founded in 1966 and belonging to the Renault group since 1999. Initially, Dacia models were models of Renault, particularly the Renault 12, which was manufactured between 1969 and 2006 as Dacia 1300. In 2004 and 2007, two self-developed models, the Dacia Logan and Dacia Sandero, were put on sale, and in mid-2010 the Dacia Duster and Dacia Sandero Stepway. Although they were intended for sale in developing countries, the high Logan's demand from customers in Western Europe led Dacia to sell them in those countries as well.
Under the supervision of Renault, these models were developed by taking platforms, engines and components of other Renault models, in particular the Renault Clio, the Renault Twingo and the Renault Kangoo.
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Dacia was founded in 1967 with the assistance of Renault and the main Dacia factory was built in 1968, in Coliba?i (now called Mioveni), near Pitesti. Dacia was able to acquire all the tools and basic supplies along with the designs of the Renault 12 However, until acquiring the necessary material to produce it, the company was limited to producing the Renault 8 under a license that was then known as Dacia 1100. From 1968 to 1972, 44,000 units were produced with a slight aesthetic change to the front. In the early '70s there was also a very special series of the same with 2 headlights to the front and a more powerful engine used by the police and by the passionate of racing cars; today no version survivors have been seen. The first Dacia 1300 left the assembly line on August 23, 1969, exposed in Paris and Bucharest, and soon Romanians loved the modernity and reliability of the auto and the list to get one of these was really long. By 1970 there was a variety of versions, including the basic version 1300, version 1300L, and version 1301SL (SuperLux) that included amenities such as a rear glass with defroster, radio, windshield, mirrors on both sides and a more luxurious upholstery: These copies were reserved for the Communist Party nomenklatura.
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For the 80 the designers still come with fresh ideas, many of them kept secret. Prototypes such as the 500cc Mini-Dacia, as well as some variants like the Dacia 1310, were designed, and some, like the Dacia 1310 Limousine, are still on the road. These cars are very much appreciated by Dacian lovers; Dacia web and many forums are full of evidence about the curiosities and curiosities produced by Dacia in that decade.
In 1982, after the 1302 was made coupe, the Dacia 1304 Pick-up and 1305 Dropside were successfully produced, which have been launched since 1981. It is one of many commercial successes and remained in production , modifying itself little by little as the years go by, until the middle of 2005. From 1985, also, the 1410 could have a better performance engine, while the short life of the 1210 model was the economic variant remaining until 1992
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Dacia sponsored in 1994 the first soccer team of Club Atlético Lanús of Argentina, the St. Pauli of the Second Division of Germany between 2009 and 2010 coinciding with his last step in the Bundesliga and is the official sponsor of Udinese Calcio of Serie A of Italy since 2008.