At the Berlin Motor Show in February 1938, Auto Union presented two breathtakingly beautiful Horch roadsters, one with an 8-cylinder inline engine (Horch 855) and one with a V8 engine on the chassis of the Horch 930 V. In terms of sporty elegance and exclusivity, these 2-seater sports cars were from the very outset only intended for a very narrow target group. Accordingly, they were built in very small numbers.
Engine: 8-cylinder in V arrangement
Displacement: 3,823 cc
Power: 92 hp at 3,600 rpm
Maximum speed: 130 km/h
Fuel consumption: 18 litres/100 km
Price: 13,750 Reichsmarks
Production: 30 cars