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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.

Models produced by Borgward

1500GT

1953-1953

1500RS

1500RS

1953-1953

1800D

1800D

1952-1954

2.3 Litre

2.3 Litre

1960-1961

Goliath 700

1950-1957

Goliath/Hansa 1100

Goliath/Hansa 1100

1957-1963

Hansa 1500

Hansa 1500

1949-1952

Hansa 1500 Kombi

1950-1952

Hansa 1800

Hansa 1800

1952-1954

Hansa 1800 Kombi

1952-1954

Hansa 2300

Hansa 2300

1959-1962

Hansa 2400

1952-1955

Hansa Isabella

Hansa Isabella

1954-1962

Isabella Cabriolet

Isabella Cabriolet

1957-1962

Isabella Coupe

Isabella Coupe

1957-1962

Isabella TS

Isabella TS

1956-1962

Lloyd 300

Lloyd 300

1950-1952

Lloyd 600

Lloyd 600

1955-1961

Lloyd Arabella

Lloyd Arabella

1959-1963

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