The Opel Olympia Rekord is a German car that was first shown in the spring of 1953 in Frankfurt. The new model continued the pre-war tradition of the brand, which in 1935 released the car with the name referring to the imminent Olympic Games in Berlin. The front grill of Olympia Rekord was modified almost every year, as well as various element of the trim, which contributed to its popularity among the citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany. The streamlined body shapes referred to American designs. The Olympia Rekord has a 1.5 l four-cylinder engine.