Although in 1909 August Horch left his Horchwerke in Zwickau, which had been established in 1904, he had none the less laid down a product design philosophy for the cars with his declared aim of building only high-quality, powerful models. Horch cars were among the supreme products of the German automobile industry, market leaders in the luxury class and with truly outstanding manufacturing quality standards.
Horch Type 4-5 hpHorch Type 4-5 hp, two-cylinder engine, two-seater experimental car, 1901, the first Horch with propeller-shaft drive.
Horch Type 350Horch Type 350 saloon, 16/ 80 hp, 1928, 4,0 l straight-eight engine, double overhead camshafts.
Horch Type 853Horch Type 853 sport cabriolet, 120 hp, 1937, 5 l straight-eight engine, single camshaft.
Horch 10 M 20Horch 10 M 20 Town Coupé, 10/35 hp, 1922, 2.6 l four-cylinder engine.
Horch Type 830 BlHorch Type 830 Bl four-seat sedan-cabriolet, 75 hp, V8 engine, 1937.
Horch Type 951 AHorch Type 951 A pullman limousine, 120 hp, 5 l straight-eight engine, 1939.