How difficult was Audi's road to success
August Horch (1868–1951): German engineer and automobile pioneer August Horch founded August Horch & Cie in 1899.
The first Audi automobile: The first Audi automobile to roll off the production line was the Type A, in 1915.
Audi Type B: The more powerful 4-cyliner 2.6-liter Audi Type B also appeared in 1915.
Audi Type E: In 1913, the Audi Type E was unveiled. This was the company's largest pre-war model.
The Audi rings: In 1932, four automobile manufacturers based in Saxony—Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer.
Auto Union enters motorsport: Motorsport provided the ideal platform for Auto Union to showcase their "silver arrows" racing models.
Auto Union sets world speed records: Arguably Auto Union's most celebrated pilot was Bernd Rosemeyer.
Audi on the road: Away from the track, Auto Union produced several vehicles under the Audi brand.
Production slowdown: By the late 1930s, however, Auto Union concentrated increasingly on smaller cars.
Second World War: During the buildup and onset of the Second World War, Auto Union focused on the development.