KdF-Wagen aka the Beetle was the people's car. For people of means, German engineers developed less spartan, more powerful cars.
The best example is the Adler Typ 10, dubbed Autobahn or Stromform (Streamshape). It was presented at Berlin Car Show in early 1937 and pressed into production in November. A classic rear-wheel four-door sedan was powered by a 58hp 2494 cc. 6-cylinder engine and fitted with a US-developed steering gear, licence-produced in Germany by ZF. Jaray-inspired streamline body was designed by Adler technical director Karl Jenschke, a former Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG employee who previously designed the first Austrian streamline car, the Steyr Baby.