The Favorit, also referred to as the 8/35hp, is a middle-class passenger car built by the German automaker Adler from 1928 to 1934. This rear-wheel drive vehicle featured a similar design and engine as the precedent Standard 6.
The Alder Favorit 8J, 2S, and 2A debuted in 1928, and were manufactured until 1933. Each vehicle was fitted with a 1943cc four-cylinder four-stroke engine capable of generating 35 bhp (25.7 kW) of output, and can reach speeds up to 80 km/h. The first Favorit models weigh between 1260 and 1340 kg, measure 4270 mm long, 1650 mm wide, and 1800 mm high, and rides on a 2840 mm wheelbase.
The Adler Favorit 20U was produced from 1933 to 1934. It features a 1943cc four-cylinder four-stroke engine capable of 40 bhp (29 kW) of output, and can attain speeds up to 90 km/h. The 20U weighs 1360 kg, measures 4750 mm long, 1740 mm wide, and 1650 mm high, and rides on a wheelbase of 3200 mm.