In February 1939, the DKW Front F 8 model series was launched. A stable double box frame, improved engine mountings, a new front axle and rack-and-pinion steering achieved greater ride comfort compared to the predecessor models F 5 and F 7. With the F 8, DKW reached the peak of its mass production in the 1930s. At peak times, up to 4,800 DKW Front vehicles rolled off the line every month at the Audi factory in Zwickau.
Engine: 2-cylinder, 2-stroke in line, transverse installation
Displacement: 690 cc
Power: 20 hp at 3500 rpm
Maximum speed: 85 km/h
Fuel consumption: 8 litres/100 km
Price: 2,450 Reichsmarks
Production: 51,008 cars (of which 4,673 Meisterklasse convertible saloons)