Augustus Horch (1868-1951) was the manager of the Benz factory from 1896 to 1899.  He then left to found his own company which began in 1900 and established itself in Zwickau in 1904.  His cars achieved early successes, but a disagreement with the company’s directors led to him leaving and founding another firm, Audi in 1910.  Horch became part of Auto Union in 1932 and ended in 1939, although a 4×4 command car was made up until 1941.  After the war Zwickau was in East Germany.  A handful of cars were made at the factory from spare parts for officers in the Soviet Army.  

1930 Horch 8/400 Tourer. Model by Autocult
1937 Horch 853 Spezial-Coupe. Model by NEO
1938 Horch 853A. Model by Minichamps
1938 Horch 855 Special Roadster. Model by Minichamps
1938 Horch 853A Cabriolet
1938 Horch 853A Sport Cabriolet. Model by Audi Collection
1941 Horch Kfz 15 (4x4 command car). Model by Atlas
1948 Horch 930S Streamline. Model by Matrix
1953 Horch 830 BL. Model by Norev