Isdera Autobahnkurier 116i build in 2006

The Isdera shapened by hand highway courier comes along in the optics of the 30s: With 16 cylinder Bi engines maybe the last big monument on wheels. 600 HP, 16 cylinders and 2.3 metric tons of fight weight – the hair stands up there to every “Klimasch├╝tzer” to mountains, but no worry: It is only one unique piece, but what one…

In the style of the 1930s, should 1984 a 2+ 2-seater sports car with 16-cylinder engine, automatic transmission and all-wheel drive be developed. The design should have the classic streamlined form with wide curved fenders and side skirts. They began planning already in 1984, the project was suspended but in the meantime. Many years later, Eberhard Schulz, the company’s founder by Isdera, then fulfilled his dream and completed his ‘retiree’-project. The motorway courier experienced its international world presentation in 2006 on the occasion of the AvD Concours d ‘ Elegance in Schwetzingen. It was made only a single piece, which is owned by the company. Some parts (doors, handles, roof, window) of the vehicle comes from the VW Beetle.

The highway courier becomes from two V8 engines Mercedes-Benz M 117 powered. One works on the front axle, the other on the rear axle. 4WD is possible. Both engines sit, however, in contrast to other Twin engine drafts, under the front bonnet. The maximum speed amounts to 242 km/h.

The Isdera shapened by hand highway courier comes along in the optics of the 30s: With 16 cylinder Bi engines maybe the last big monument on wheels. 600 HP, 16 cylinders and 2.3 metric tons of fight weight – the hair stands up there to every “Klimasch├╝tzer” to mountains, but no worry: It is only one unique piece, but what one…

In the style of the 1930s, should 1984 a 2+ 2-seater sports car with 16-cylinder engine, automatic transmission and all-wheel drive be developed. The design should have the classic streamlined form with wide curved fenders and side skirts. They began planning already in 1984, the project was suspended but in the meantime. Many years later, Eberhard Schulz, the company’s founder by Isdera, then fulfilled his dream and completed his ‘retiree’-project. The motorway courier experienced its international world presentation in 2006 on the occasion of the AvD Concours d ‘ Elegance in Schwetzingen. It was made only a single piece, which is owned by the company. Some parts (doors, handles, roof, window) of the vehicle comes from the VW Beetle.

The highway courier becomes from two V8 engines Mercedes-Benz M 117 powered. One works on the front axle, the other on the rear axle. 4WD is possible. Both engines sit, however, in contrast to other Twin engine drafts, under the front bonnet. The maximum speed amounts to 242 km/h.

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