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Wanderer W 25 Streamliner special, 1938

As well as its successful involvement in Grand Prix racing, Auto Union AG also took part in endurance and off-road racing, which were both extremely popular at this time, from 1933. In 1938 and 1939, Auto Union entered the Liège-Rome-Liège long-distance race with three streamlined Wanderer sports cars. These cars had an aluminium body and were based on the chassis of the Wanderer W 25 K. In 1939, Auto Union won the team competition with these cars.

Engine: 6-cylinder in line
Displacement: 1,963 cc
Power: 70 hp at 4,500 rpm
Maximum speed: 130 km/h
Fuel consumption: 16 litres/100 km
Series: 1938
Production: 3 cars

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