The AMC Pacer is a two-door compact automobile that was manufactured and marketed by the American Motors (AMC). The AMC Pacer was introduced in 1975 and was produced for five years till 1980. The AMC Pacer is classified as a compact vehicle that was designed by Richard A Teague. The AMC Pacer was available in the two door hatchback and the two door station wagon body style. The parts of the AMC Pacer were assembled at the plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States and Mexico City, Mexico (by VAM).
The AMC Pacer used the FR layout: front engine model with rear wheel drive. The AMC Pacer used different types of engines that include the 232 cu in (3.8 Litre) I6 engine, 258 cu in (4.2 Litre) I6 engine and the 304 cu in (5 Litre) V8 engine. He transmissions used include the three speed manual transmission, three peed with overdrive transmission, four speed manual transmission and the three speed automatic transmission. The AMC Pacer can accommodate four passengers and is considered the first car that was designed inside out.