Two mechanics, Johann Baptist Winklhofer and Richard Adolf Jaenicke, had been running a bicycle repair shop in Chemnitz since 1885. The company’s name was changed in 1896 to Wanderer Fahrradwerke AG. In 1902 Wanderer built its first motorcycle, and started to produce cars in 1913. The fourth ring in the Audi emblem represents the Wanderer automobile division, which joined the new Auto Union AG in 1932.
Wanderer 5/15 PS "Puppchen"Wanderer 5/15 hp Type N "Puppchen", two-seater, four-cylinder inline engine, 1306 cc, 15 hp, 1916.
Wanderer W 10/IVWanderer W 10/IV delivery van, four-cylinder inline engine, 1560 cc, 30 hp, 1931.
Wanderer W 52Wanderer W 52 Cabriolet, six-cylinder inline engine, 2630 cc, 62 hp, 1937.
Wanderer W 11Wanderer W 11, open tourer, six-cylinder inline engine, 2540 cc, 50 hp, 1929.
Wanderer W 23Wanderer W 23 Cabriolet, Gläser body, six-cylinder inline engine, 2632 cc, 62 hp, 1938.