Long before there was an R8, there was a Munga. Back in the 1950s, Audi (as DKW) created the Mehrzweck Universal Gelandewagen mit Allrad Antrieb (gezundheit), a go-anywhere utility vehicle for Germany's armed forces. Early models had a 40 hp, 900cc engine, though the one in this spoof commercial is likely from the mid-1960s, when the company beefed up the Munga with a 1.3-liter mill with horsepower in the triple digits. Do you really gotta have one? Well...

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