The Stoewer Sedina is a car of the upper middle class, made by Stoewer made between 1937 and 1940, in parallel with the larger Arkona. The cars had, unlike their predecessors, rear wheel drive and solid axles.
The car had a 4-cylinder OHV frount-mounted in-line engine with a displacement of 2.4 litres, which developed 55 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 conservatively than its predecessor.
Until 1940, 924 cars were made.