Brand Family TreeNSU

In 1886 a bicycle manufacturing department was added to the Neckarsulmer Strickmaschinenfabrik knitting-machine factory. NSU started to build motorcycles in 1901 and cars five years later. In 1929 the manufacture of cars was abandoned for a time for the company to concentrate fully on motorcycles. It was three decades later, in 1958, before automobiles were again produced in Neckarsulm.

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  • NSU Prinz 3

    The NSU Prinz 3 was built from 1957 to 1960. It had a twin-cylinder air-cooled rear engine. From 1959 on, the NSU Prinz’s engine developed 30 bhp.
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  • NSU 1200 TT

    The NSU Prinz remained in production from 1967 to 1972 and had a 65 bhp engine. The competition version was successful in motorsport, winning 29 national championships.
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  • Rennmax

    Characteristic for this company racing motorcycle dating from 1953 is its silumin motor case. A top speed of 186 kh/h was achieved.
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  • NSU 1200 C

    Various versions of the NSU 1200 C were sold between 1965 and 1973, with power outputs between 53 and 66 bhp.
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  • Wankel Spider

    The first massed produced Wankel engine vehicles were sold 2,375 times during the three year period of construction from 1964 to 1967.