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Description: The Daewoo Royale is a series of mid-size cars that was produced by Daewoo in South Korea from 1983, being replaced by the Daewoo Prince in 1991, although production of the top-line Daewoo

The Daewoo Royale is a series of mid-size cars that was produced by Daewoo in South Korea from 1983, being replaced by the Daewoo Prince in 1991, although production of the top-line Daewoo Imperial continued until 1993. The Royale's predecessor was launched in 1972 by General Motors Korea (GMK) as the Rekord. becoming the Saehan Rekord in 1976 when Saehan Motors replaced GMK, until production ended in 1978. This car was a version of the German Opel Rekord D .

The second generation Saehan Rekord was a development of the Opel Rekord E. Production began in 1978, along with the Saehan Royale. The Royale was the Rekord E bodyshell with the front grafted on from the Opel Senator A. The Saehan Royale became the Daewoo Royale in 1983, with Saehan Rekord being discontinued and incorporated into the Royale lineup as the Daewoo Royale XQ. In 1989, the flagship Daewoo Imperial was introduced, based on the standard Royale. While Royale production ended in 1991, Imperials continued until 1993, being replaced by the Daewoo Arcadia .

The second generation Saehan Rekord was based on the Opel Rekord E. It was introduced in 1978 along with the Saehan Royale. which was essentially the Rekord E, featuring the front-end of the larger Senator A .

Until November 1984, Royale body panels were stamped by Holden in Australia, where the Rekord-Senator hybrid was manufactured there as the Holden Commodore. [ 7 ] Opel adopted Holden's amalgamation as the Opel Commodore C. [ 8 ] After November 1984, Daewoo began pressing their own panels on a newly installed production line. [ 7 ] The shift to local production also coincided with an update to the car; the original series was based on the Opel Rekord E1, while the 1985 onwards models were based on the E2. [ 9 ] The Royale Salon Super was introduced in 1986. However, unlike other Royales that utilised the Opel Rekord E2 /Senator A2 hybrid with the four-window glasshouse design, the Salon Super used the six-window design from the Senator A. [ 10 ] A second design revision came in 1987 with a new front-end design, featuring a revised grille and headlamps. along with minor trim changes. While lower-specification versions such as the Royale Salon retained the four-window design, the Royale Super Salon continued using the six-window design from the now discontinued Salon Super. [ 11 ] 1989 marked another design change; the Royale Prince inherited a new grille insert and adopted the six-window glasshouse. [ 12 ] From 1989, Daewoo introduced the top-of-the-range Imperial, which was marketed separate from the Royale range. [ 13 ] Imperial production ended in 1993, replaced by the Daewoo Arcadia. [ 14 ]



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