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Possible Answers: SEAT.
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The SEAT 1400 was a rear-wheel-drive four-door sedan mid-size car launched by the Spanish car maker SEAT between 1953 and 1963, the first model ever produced by SEAT and the first car to be assembled at the firm’s new plant located in Barcelona’s Zona Franca zone. The car was a rebranded Fiat 1400, itself Fiat’s first integrated chassis model.
Production started on November 13, 1953, carried out by an early workforce of 925 employees with a potential of 5 units produced per day, and the first SEAT 1400 car rolled off the assembly line with the licence plate ‘B-87.223’. Initially in 1953 components were shipped as CKD kits from Italy and assembled by SEAT at their plant in Zona Franca, but in a quite short term from 1954 the Spanish-made parts rose to a 93% proportion of the total in order to limit imports and to help the development of the almost non-existent Spanish supplier industry, thus fulfilling SEAT’s assigned key role in the development of the Spanish economy as the national car maker of the post World War II Spain. In the next few years the model’s production output would gradually increase, and by 1956 10,000 cars would be produced annually, with an average of 42 cars per day.