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Audi 920 convertible, 1939

The last Audi to appear before the war had the typical modular features of Auto Union in the late 1930s. The body and the chassis in its constructional elements were in line with the Wanderer W 23. This meant moving away from Audi's customary front-wheel drive. The 6-cylinder engine with overhead camshaft had originally been developed for a small Horch. As a sporty middle-class car, the Audi 920 quickly developed into a commercially successful model.

Engine: 6-cylinder in line
Displacement: 3,281 cc
Power: 75 hp at 3,000 rpm
Maximum speed: 130 km/h
Fuel consumption: 16 litres/100 km
Price: 8,750 Reichsmarks
Series: 1938-1940
Production: 1,281 cars (of which 795 convertibles)

Audi 920 saloon, 1939 DKW F 2 Reichsklasse 2-seater convertible, 1933