1931 Audi Type P.
Found in a barn: Audi Tradition has acquired a historic vehicle that was thought to have been lost forever - the 1931 Audi Type P.
In 1931 Audi began to build the Type P, the first small car in the brand’s history. For many years it was believed that none had survived, until 2003, when one was found in a barn in Ludwigsburg. Its documents indicated that the last owner had been the mayor of a town in the Swabian region of Germany and that the car had been taken off the road in 1955, to spend almost half a century like Sleeping Beauty waiting to be reawakened.
The "small" Audi has been thru an extensive restoration in Riga (Latvia), Audi Tradition is now able to display this unusual car again – the sole surviving Type P.
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