1964 DAF Daffodil 750
Engine - 2 Boxer
Engine capacity - 746 cc
Drive - rear-wheel
Engine power - 22 hp
Top speed - 105 km / h
Number produced - 53674 pcs.
The DAF Daffodil is a small family car that was manufactured by DAF from 1961 until 1967.
The Daffodil name worked well in some markets, but in Germany the more luxuriously equipped version of the DAF 750 was known as the DAF 30.
Its designing began at 1954 with the idea being to manufacture a small luxurious car and its special characteristic was that it used a very unique automatic gear box called Variomatic.
The 746 cc four stroke air cooled 2 cylinder Boxer engine had the same stroke as in the 600, but the bore was increased from 76 mm to 85.5 mm. Claimed power output was also increased from 22 bhp (16 kW) to 30 bhp (22 kW), and a maximum speed of 105 km/h (65 mph) was claimed. 0-50 MPH time was a 29 seconds.