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DKW F 102 saloon 2-door, 1964

The successor to the Auto Union 1000 appeared on the market in 1964. The DKW F 102 was modern in design and noted for its unitary body construction which marked the end of the separate chassis and body. However, this large DKW was still fitted with a three-cylinder two-stroke engine. It was to be the last two-stroke passenger car in the company‘s history.

Engine: 3-cylinder in-line, 2-stroke
Displacement: 1,168 cc
Power: 60 hp at 4,500 rpm
Maximum speed: 84 mph
Fuel consumption: 21 mpg
Price: DM 7,200
Series: 1964-1966
Production: 52,753 cars

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