The Stoewer Arkona (named after Cape Arkona on the island of Rügen) is a car of the upper middle class made by Stoewer from 1937 until 1940, as a successor to the Greif V8. It appeared in parallel to the smaller Sedina. The cars had, unlike their predecessors, rear wheel drive and solid axles.
The vehicle had a front-mounted 6-cylinder OHV. inline engine with a displacement of 3.6 litres, which developed 80 hp. A 4-speed gearbox was fitted. The front wheels were suspended from two transverse leaf-springs, the rear rigid axle had semi-elliptic leaf-springs.
The body was made even more conservative than that of the Cross V8.