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On the anniversary of its closure, Nick Westerby looks back at the history of the FSO (Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych/ Factory of Passenger Cars) and its impact on the world of passenger vehicles.
Led by international pioneers like Solaris, the country’s e-mobility sector continues to grow from strength-to-strength.
Dating from the early 20th century, and resting at the bottom of Morskie Oko, the Syrena has been pictured for the first time since sinking.
In this episode of the Debrief, we put the show into fifth gear as we hurtle towards the future of electric cars in Poland…
TFN visited FSO Syrena to find out how a car from 1955 is the inspiration behind a brand-new new electric vehicle.
Produced between 1957 and 1983, the latter 10 years saw the Syrena beoing manufactured in Bielsko-Biała.
Being one of the first Polish cars, the Syrena was also one of the first cars to gain cult status in Poland. During communism it was the must-have vehicle and a rival to its German counterpart the Trabant.