The Wanderer W15 6/30 PS is a car of the lower middle class introduced in 1932 by the Auto Union. The Wanderer W15 was built as the successor to the W10/IV.
The bodies offered were a sedan and convertible, it differed from its predecessor by having a 20 cm longer wheelbase, which allowed for the sedanto have 6 windows instead of 4.
The W15 was fitted with a four-cylinder inline engine with a displacement of 1.6 litres. The front-mounted engine develops 30 hp and is mated to a three-speed transmission driving the rear wheels.
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