Museums in Germany
This museum was opened in 2017 and it freatures a great selection of classic cars from a Goggomobil to a Thurner RS
The car museum Adlkofen, was founded by and Hilde Walter Proebst in 1980. In the mid-1980s the hall was extended and today the collection of 71 cars and about 110 motorcycles are shown on an area of 900 sqm. "We attach great importance to the rarity and the technical demands of the exhibits and show cars, not only from Germany but also from France, England, Czech Republic, Italy, USA, Sweden and Russia. Among the cars, there are 20 sports and 35 racing cars, and among motorcycles there are about 16 racing machines."
Family-owned museum and workshop, focusing on Adler.
Zwickau was where August Horch set up his automobile manufacturing companies at the begininning of the 20th century. A decision was made in 2000 that the former Audi factory will also be converted to a museum. The new facility, which was named after August Horch, founder of Audi, was opened in 2004. It has a unique background: it is not entirely a corporate museum, but enjoys the financial benefits of being closely associated with Audi. It features the rich automotive history of Saxony, with a particular focus on the brands Audi have been associated with.