The first Borgward car appeared in 1952, the Hansa. The Borgward Hansa had in fact been in production since 1949 when it was sold as simply "Hansa", a German marque founded by Carl Borgward. Carl Borgward also owned the Hansa-Lloyd and Goliath Works, all of which were combined to concentrate on Borgward production.
Over a ten year period (1952-62) the Borgward company produced an innovative and unusual range of cars, all having a sporting/luxury image. Most famous are the Isabella models which included saloon, coupe and cabriolet versions. The last Borgward, the unsuccessful 2.3 Saloon, entered production in 1959 and finished in 1962.
|Hansa 1500 Coupe||1954-0|
|Hansa 1500 Kombi||1950-1952|
|Hansa 1500 Sport Cabriolet||1950-1953|
|Hansa 1800 Kombi||1952-1954|
|Hansa 1800 Sport-Cabriolet||1953-1954|
|Hansa 2400 Sportlimousine||1952-1955|