DIN Next was created to enhance the limited weights and widths of the DIN font. It was designed by Akira Kobayashi in 2009, and is currently the 9th bestselling font this day.
The newest classic version has added a lot of contemporary features that is sure to never go out of style. Every font has equivalent small caps and old style figures. Many alternate characters were also included, and each of the seven weights has a variety of regular, italic, and condensed. Not to forget the superscripts and subscripts, too.
Coming from an industrial heritage, DIN Next is made functional in any applications, but works perfectly in graphic designs.