The Steyr 100 and 200 were a series of medium-sized cars built by the Austrian firm Steyr-Puch from 1934 to 1940. The cars had a 4-cylinder engine driving the rear wheels and the streamlined body, designed by Karl Jenschke, was manufactured by Gläser in Dresden.

In 1936 the vehicle underwent improvements, creating the Steyr 200, which was produced until 1940. One technical novelty for the 200 model was the starter motor, which also doubled as an alternator.