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The Trumpf is a passenger car sold by German automaker Adler from 1932 to 1938 in four versions. Its 1.5 and 1.7 Litre versions featured the same engine as the Trumpf's sister model, the Primus. It was designed by Hans Gustav Röhr and unveiled at the 1932 Geneva Motor Show. The Trumpf was later succeeded by the 2 Liter.

1.5 Litre (1932–1934)

The Adler Trumpf 1.5 Litre was built between 1932 and 1934, and was offered as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan, and two-door convertible. It featured a 1504cc four-cylinder four-stroke engine capable of generating between 32 (23.5 kW) and 33 bhp (24.2 kW) of output, and allowed the vehicle to reach speeds up to 95 km/h. The 1.5 Litre weighed between 1300 and 1340 kg, measured 4150 mm long, 1600 mm wide, and 1580 mm long, and rode on a wheelbase of 2825 mm.

Sports (1933–1935)

The Adler Trumpf Sports was prodcued from 1933 to 1935, and was only offered as a two-door roadster. It was fitted with a 1645cc four-cylinder four-stroke engine capable of generating 47 bhp (34.5 kW) of output, and allowed the car to reach speeds up to 115 km/h, much faster than its 1.5 and 1.7 Litre counterparts. The Sports weighed about 950 kg, measured 4150 mm long, 1600 mm long, and 1550 mm high, and rode on a 2825 mm wheelbase.

1.7 Litre (1933–1938)

The Trumpf 1.7 Litre AV debuted in 1933, and continued to be built until 1936. It was offered as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan, and two-door convertible. The car was fitted with a 1645cc four-cylinder four-stroke engine capable of 38 bhp (28 kW) of output, and could attain speeds up to 100 km/h. It weighed between 950 and 990 kg, measured 4150 mm long, 1600 mm wide, and 1580 mm high, and rode on a wheelbase of 2825 mm.

A second version of the 1.7 Litre, the 1.7 Litre EV, was built from 1936 to 1938. There was no longer an option for a two-door sedan, and the 1.7 Litre EV was only offered as a four-door sedan and two-door convertible. It featured the same 1645cc four-cylinder four-stroke engine as its predecessor, but was now capable of reaching speeds of 102 km/h. The 1.7 Litre EV was slightly larger than the AV, weighing 1100 to 1140 kg, measuring 4540 mm long, 1600 mm wide, and 1580 mm high, and riding on a 2920 mm wheelbase.