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Wanderer W 25 K roadster, 1936

As well as being extremely eye-catching, the W 25 K sports car also stands out by virtue of its exceptional performance data. Thanks to a supercharger, the six-cylinder unit designed by Ferdinand Porsche developed a power output of 85 hp, more than twice that of the W 40 also presented in 1936, which had the same engine but no supercharger. The modern, American-influenced design was derived from the Wanderer W 51, also presented in 1936, whose modern styling was to become a model for the entire Auto Union range.

Engine: 6-cylinder in-line, 4-stroke
Displacement: 1,950 cc
Power: 85 hp at 4,000 rpm
Maximum speed: 90 mph
Fuel consumption: 12 mpg
Price: RM 7,950
Series: 1936-1938
Production: 259 cars

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