The Graf & Stift G 35 is a passenger car of the upper class which was produced by the car company Gräf & Stift which was introduced in 1935.
The 4.6-litre car was slightly smaller model than the SP 8.
The car had a front-mounted side-valve eight-cylinder engine that was mated to a 4-speed gearbox sending power to the rear wheels. The engine developed 110 hp (81 kW) at 3500rpm. The top speed of the 2400 kg vehicle was 130 km/h.
In 1936, the G 35 was replaced by the identical G 36. The last one was built in 1938. There was also the identical G8.
Approximately 150 cars of all three models were produced.