Mercedes-Benz unveiled their 200 in 1933. Also known as the W21, the 200 was a series of mid size luxury cars powered by a 2.0L inline 6 engine. These new cars were offered as sedans, cabriolets, and roadsters in short or long wheelbase versions. One of the notable body styles produced was the Sonnenschein-Limousine, which featured a full length sunroof. For 1936, the last year of production, a larger engined 230 was offered using the W21 chassis.