It is believed the Renault Clio skidded to avoid hitting a cyclist, but the evasive manoeuvre saw the vehicle go crashing down the stairs and into crowds of subway passengers.
According to emergency services, the car came to halt at the end of the stairs leading to the platform.
Early reports suggested the dramatic crash is an accident – and police have now ruled out a terror attack.
The car plunged several feet down the stairs of the station
The car driver, 19, and his 20-year-old passenger were seriously injured in the crash – while the 21-year-old cyclist suffered severe injuries to the head and chest.
On the platform a 28-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman also suffered minor injuries.
Photos from the scene show the light coloured car as it emerged underground after crashing down the station stairs yesterday evening.
Several fire crews are at the scene to try and recover the vehicle
Stunned commuters look on as the vehicle made its way underground and on the platform.
Several fire crews are at the scene to try and recover the vehicle, with almost 20 vehicles surrounding the station.
Firefighter Michael Pawellek confirmed the scene of the accident remains blocked, with the clear-up expected to take up to 24 hours.
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The collision comes as Berlin hosts the Kirchentag fetsival amid heightened security fears across Europe following the Manchester suicide bombing on Monday.
Twenty-two people were killed were ISIS fanatic Salman Abedi detonated a suicide vest as fans left an Arian Grande concert at the Manchester Arena.
Now many countries have stepped up levels of policing for fear of another attack.
Berlin is expected to see an extra 150,000 people visit the city this weekend for the congress.