Audi 72 had some similarities with Audi 60, but it was produced as 2 and four-door sedan and three-door Variant. It was the first postwar Audi that emerged with 1697cc four-stroke longitudinally front-mounted engine with 72hp. It was constructed from 1965 to 1969. About 85 000 vehicles were sold in the first three years of production. Audi 72 was developed for military purposes. It was substituted by Audi 75. Audi 72 was first launched as Audi, and then renamed to Audi 72. It was a part of the F103 series, which were discontinued in 1972. They were offered with four-speed manual transmission. The length was at 4,38 meters, the width at 1.626 meters, and the height at 1.451 meters.
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