The Graf & Stift SR 2 is a passenger car of the upper class, which the Graf & Stift car company brought out in 1921. The car was initially a copy of a contemporary Rolls-Royce, which the Austrian General Staff used during the First World War. After intervention by Rolls-Royce, the design was changed several times until sufficient differences were made.
The car had a side-valve 6-cylinder engine mounted in the front and a 4-speed gearbox driving the rear wheels. The inline engine developed 75 hp (55 kW) at a speed of 1800 rpm.
In 1924 a revision was released, called the Graf & Stift SR 3. It had the same size engine but it developed 90 hp (66 kW) at 2000 rpm.
In 1926, the Graf & Stift SR 4 was introduced. It came with the same engine size, the new model developed 110 hp (81 kW) at 2400 rpm and accelerated the 2-ton car up to 110 km/h. In 1928, the series was discontinued after about 200 cars were made.