AUDI AUTO UNION TYPE C

 
The 1936/37 Auto Union Type C developed by Ferdinand Porsche wrote racing history like no other racing car had done before. In 1936 Auto Union presented with the Type C a monoposto which was almost totally different from all the other racing cars known so far. What stood out especially was the unconventional design of the sensational 16-cylinder V-engine installed behind the driver and in front of the rear axle.
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