The Graf & Stift SP 5 is a car of the upper class, which the Graf & Stift car company brought in the year 1924. In contrast to the model SR 3, the car was a little smaller and had a 3.9 litre engine with an overhead camshaft.


The car had a 6-cylinder in-line engine mounted in the front. The car also had a 4-speed gearbox driving the rear wheels. It developed 70 hp (51 kW) at 2500 rpm which helped the car to a top speed of 100 km/h.

In 1934 a revised version was released. The Graf & Stift SP 6 hade the same size engine but delivered 85 hp (62.5 kW) at 3200 rpm. The vehicle accelerated up to 110 km/h.

About 500 SP 5s and SP 6s were built.

From 1927, on the same chassis the Graf & Stift SP 7 was offered. It also had a 6-cylinder engine with an overhead camshaft, which had a displacement of 7.1 litres. It developed 120 hp (88 kW) at 2800 rpm and accelerated the 2.2-ton car to 125 km/h. Only 50 examples were produced.

From 1930, 8-cylinder engines with an overhead camshaft were offered. The Graf & Stift SP 8 had a 6-litre engine which produced 125 hp (92 kW) at 3000 rpm. This accelerated the 2.5-ton to 120 km/h. only 30 cars were produced. 

TheGraf & Stift SP 9 had a top speed of 130 km/h. When production of the large, 8-cylinder model was ceased in 1938, about 400 cars had been produced.