At the Berlin Motor Show in February 1933, the Wanderer brand, now operating under the umbrella of Auto Union, presented a new model series with forked rear axle and a 1.7 or 2-litre 6-cylinder overhead-valve engine developed by Ferdinand Porsche. Designated the W 21 and W 22, these two models were available in different body versions. The convertible bodies were supplied by Gläser in Dresden.
Engine: 6-cylinder in line
Displacement: 1,963 cc
Power: 40 hp at 3,500 rpm
Maximum speed: 100 km/h
Fuel consumption: 12 litres/100 km
Price: 6,250 Reichsmarks
Production: 5,355 cars (of which 2,010 convertibles)