Bergmeister ADR 630 Shooting Break Revives Austro-Daimler Pre-War Brand

Bergmeister ADR 630 Shooting Break Revives Austro-Daimler Pre-War Brand

May 17, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The car will be presented at the Villa d’Este Elegance Competition.

Ideenion Automobil AG, a company specializing in building concept cars, decided to revive the pre-war Austro-Hungarian brand Austro-Daimler. The first model bearing this name will be shown in the framework of the Elegance Contest at Villa d’Este.

The car in the back of the shooting break was named the Austro Daimler Bergmeister ADR 630 Shooting Grand. Ideenion Design (responsible for the appearance of Audi Q8 concepts, e-tron Quattro and Apollo Arrow prototype), Aiways RG Nathalie alcoholist Lorenz Loew, and Roland Stahl worked on his design. The goal of the project is to build a modern interpretation of Gran Turismo with design elements of 20-30s models.

Shooting break will be sent to the historical model Austro-Daimler ADR 6 Bergmeister. It appeared in 1931 and was equipped with an in-line six-cylinder engine of 3.6 liters (120 horsepower). In the three years that the production lasted, 50 copies of the ADR 6 were built. All of them were equipped with a body from the Austrian Oeffag, which after World War I retrained from an aircraft manufacturer to a bodybuilding studio.

Another to be revived this year’s brand will be De Tomaso. The rights to the Italian brand are now owned by the Hong Kong company Ideal Team Ventures and Apollo Automobil. The first model, made in the style of the cult Pantera of the 70s, will be shown at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in July.