Classic Cars Of Germany

A Nostalgic Look Back In Time
 

A Few Classic Cars Of Germany

Audi
Audi - Classic Cars Of Germany

In 1932 Audi merged with Horch, Wanderer, and DKW to form Auto Union UG. That’s where the four linked rings in the Audi logo come from. Then, in 1966, they became part of the German automobile giant, the Volkswagen Group creating one of the classic cars of Germany.

Mercedes Benz
Mercedes Benz

Mercedes-Benz has been in business since 1926. The car manufacturer operates out of Stuttgart, Germany and was founded by Gottlieb Daimler who worked with Karl Benz. Since their inception, they’ve been seen as a manufacturer of luxury cars for folks assumed to have money.

BMW Roadster
BMW Roadster

BMW has been around since 1916. It was founded by Franz Josef Popp and it stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke (Bavarian Motor Works), often recognized instantly by the iconic BMW logo. Their greatest successes come from the engine, which continues to improve.

Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen has been one of the popular German car brands since 1937 when Ferdinand Porsche started the company. They currently have their headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany. The Beetle is one of the classic cars of Germany and a giant in the automotive industry.

Porsche GT3
Porsche GT3

While they don’t sell as many as the other German car brands, Porsche is still a well-known automaker. They started in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche once again. Their current headquarters are in Stuttgart, Germany. They specialize mainly in sports cars and racing cars.

Opel GT
Opel GT

This might not be one of the German car brands that you know about, but that’s because they aren’t sold here. In fact, they are popular in Germany and they maintain headquarters in Rüsselsheim, Hesse. They’ve been around since 1862 and were founded by Adam Opel.

Alpina
Alpina- Classic Cars Of Germany

Alpina has been around since 1965 and is currently owned by BMW. They have headquarters in Buchloe, Germany. You might not know of this German car brand, but they are active and produce their own vehicles. A lot of their ideas work in conjunction with BMW.

Bitter Cars
Bitter Cars

This is one of the newer German car brands founded by Erich Bitter, a former race car driver. This luxury brand produces premium sports cars, but they haven’t gained a whole lot of popularity yet. That doesn’t mean we won’t be hearing much more from them in the future.

The Gumpert
The Gumpert - Classic Cars Of Germany

Gumpert is only 14 years old and started in 2004. The founder is Roland Gumpert and the headquarters are located in Altenburg, Thuringia. Despite being one of the German car brands that manufacturers automobiles, they can’t seem to get any substantial popularity.

Isdera
Isdera

This privately owned German car brand began in 1969 under the direction of Eberhard Schulz. They are based out of Hildesheim, Germany and are known as ‘Ingenieurbüro für Styling, Design und Racing. Their focus is on manufacturing sports cars, like many automakers do.