2-seater cabriolet, 4-seater cabriolet.
Mechanics as for standard models, but bolt-on wire wheels instead of discs, and coachbuilt full-cabriolet bodies by Hornig to give the straight-8 Horch look in miniature. Plus, looks, and coachwork that won't disintegrate in old age. Minus, up to 200lbs of extra avoirdupois bringing top speed down into the low 50s.
- 684cc (S2 TS)
- Front engine, front-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1936 to 1939
- Number produced:
- see Meisterklasse F5/F7/F8