|Manufacturer||Universal Power Drives Ltd (England)|
|Engine||1.1 L Inline four-cylinder|
|Length||64 inches (1624 mm)|
|Width||66 inches (1675 mm)|
|Height||74 inches (1878 mm)|
The Quasar-Unipower was a Square box-like car produced in limited numbers between 1967 and 1968 by Universal Power Drives of Perivale, Middlesex, England who also made the Unipower sports car. The car was designed by Quasar Khanh a French-Vietnamese designer and engineer.
The car had a unique appearance, being cubelike and making use of sliding glass doors. It is probably unique amongst car designs in being wider than it is long. The seats were plastic and inflatable. The engine used was a four-cylinder 1100 cc BMC model with automatic transmission. Modified Mini subframes carried the suspension components and Mini 10 inch wheels were used.