The Zündapp K 800 (W) was propelled by a four-cylinder engine with a size of 791 ccm and an output of 22 HP. It was manufactured from 1933 to 1938. It was the only motorcycle with a four cylinder engine of the Wehrmacht.
Oil fouling of the spark plugs of the rear cylinders often occurred due to their insufficient cooling. But it was the only sidecar combination which was equal to the BMW R 12 and therefore liked by the soldiers.
The right side of a Zündapp K 800 W with sidecar. About 5,000 exemplars were made for the Wehrmacht exclusively as sidecar combination.