The Auster D.6 was a four-seat British light aircraft a development of the Auster Autocar with a horizontally-opposed engine. It was available with a choice of two engines a 160 hp Lycoming O-320 or 180 hp Lycoming O-360. When Auster was taken over by Beagle Aircraft in September 1960 development of the D.6 was dropped while the D.4 and D.5 continued production.
Made by AusterBeagle Aircraft.
It is the successor of the Auster Autocar .