The German engineer and man behind the popular Trabant died in 2013. What was the name of the 91-year-old man who lived in the car's hometown of Zwickau to the end of his life?

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The German engineer and man behind the popular Trabant died in 2013. What was the name of the 91-year-old man who lived in the car's hometown of Zwickau to the end of his life? Werner Lang

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The car make Trabant was produced in Zwickau in the former GDR between 1957 and 1991. 3,096,099 Trabants were produced in total in various models: P50 (1957), P60 (1962), Trabant P601 (1964) and Trabant 1.1 (1989). The Trabant was a small, very spartan car with a two-stroke engine with 26 horsepower from a 600 cc displacement. Even though there were only slight, technical adjustments, it came in various formats -Limousine, Kombi, Pick-up and K├╝bel/Tramp. An average GDR family had to wait up to 10 years for one of the popular cars.



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