Volkswagen Derby Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Derby is a 2-door saloon Supermini vehicle. It comes in a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout and is on the Volkswagen A01 platform. When it was first released in 1977, it was very popular, and even outsold the Polo sister model; however, sales quickly declined soon after. The majority of the Derby parts were interchangeable with the Mk1 Polo. In Europe, the Derby was available with various four-cylinder engines including 0.9-litre, 1.1-litre, and 1.3-litre. There were several versions of the Derby: 900 L, 1100 S, 1100 LS, 1100 LX, 1100 CLS, 1300 LS, 1300 GL, 1300 GLS, and 1100 Formel E. The Derby Formel E was the only model that was economy-optimized. This Formel E concept was later used in contemporary VW and Audi models as well.
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