Auto Union 1000 SP 1957-1964
The F93 was produced until 1959, and was replaced by the Auto-Union 1000. These models had a 1000 cc two-stroke engine. During the transition from DKW to Auto- Union, production was moved from Düsseldorf to Ingolstadt, where Audi is located to this day. A sporting 2+2 seater version of the Auto-Union 1000 was available as the Auto-Union 1000 SP from 1957 to 1964, the first years only as a coupé and from 1962 also as a roadster.
Note the fins and its resemblance to the Ford Thunderbird.