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Trabant 600 was the sales name of the second version of the Trabant . The car with the internal model designation P60 was 1962 to 1964, and combi vans to 1965, the VEB Sachsenring auto plant in Zwickau built. Was obtained as the two-door sedan and station wagonversion with a large tailgate, as well as vans and as a so-called combined camping with reclining seats and folding sunroof.

The P60 was the successor of the Trabant P50 . There were only minor changes, the most significant was the increase in performance. Sun contributed the 2-cylinder 2-stroke engine with the now 599 cc in 600 23 hp (16.92 kW). The thermoset body on steel skeleton remained unchanged, the Trabant 600, which is almost only by the 600 distinguish the tail of its predecessor.

As a "special request", there were trim, a sun visor, which was externally fitted to the windscreen and chrome on the bumpers. Optional was a hitch for towing loads up to 200 kg can be acquired. Likewise, was - like the Kombi - a roof rack (50 kg roof load) option. In the vernacular, it was partly because of its circular design the nickname "Kugelporsche".

After P60 in Zwickau was the legendary Trabant 601 built.