1935 Adler Trumpf Jr news, pictures, and information
The company had built a solid reputation and a business that was the third largest in German, behind BMW and Opel. In 1932, at the Geneva Motor Show, Adler introduced what would become their most successful and well-known vehicle, the Trumpf. Power was from a 1645cc engine and came in either saloon with two- or four-door configuration, a cabriolet, or open sports car. They had front-wheel drive, an all-steel body, and an complete independent suspension. It was sold under license in other countries; in France it was licensed by Rosengart and by Imperia in Belgium.
Adler produced a smaller version of the car, known as the Adler Trumpf Jr. Production of the Adler continued until the outbreak of WWII, while a few juniors were made until 1941.
The Adler Trumpf Jr. was produced from 1934 through 1941 with a total of 102,840 examples produced. Power was from a four-cylinder engine that displaced 995cc and produced 30 horsepower. Top speed was rather impressive, capable of achieving 60 miles per hour.
By Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2010
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