In 1916, Jörgen Skafte Rasmussen began experiments on a steam-driven road vehicle in Zschopau. In 1919 the company, now known as Zschopauer Motorenwerke, switched to manufacturing small two-stroke engines. The first DKW small car appeared in 1928. After 1945, DKW motorcycles and cars were the basis for re-establishment of the Auto Union in Ingolstadt.
DKW P 15 Roadster The first DKW car built in 1928, twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, rear-wheel drive, 600 cc, 15 hp.
DKW F 89 MeisterklasseDKW F 89 Meisterklasse four-seater cabriolet, Karmann body, twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, 700 cc, 23 hp, 1950.
DKW F 93 CabrioletDKW 3=6 Sonderklasse Type F 93, two-seater cabriolet, Karmann body, three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 900 cc, 38 hp, 1956.
DKW-SonderklasseDKW Sonderklasse cabrio-saloon, 1054 cc, V4 two-stroke engine with two charge pumps, rear-wheel drive, 32 hp, 1938.
DKW F 89 S Meisterklasse Universal DKW Type F 89 S Meisterklasse Universal, twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, 700 cc, 23 hp, 1951.
DKW F 12 RoadsterDKW F 12 Roadster, three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 900 cc, 45 hp, 1964.