A Horch P240 on display at the Horch Museum in Zwickau, Germany. http://www.horch-museum.de/ Before WWII Horch manufactured luxury cars - Herman Goering owned several. During the war Horch built trucks and military vehicles. The Soviets plundered the factory after the war and began building their own version of Horch trucks. In the 1950s Horch were tasked to build a limosine for Party officials. The P240 was a lot less impressive than Horch's pre-war cars but was still a decent car. Production was very slow and only a few hundred were built before the Soviets turned to their own Zil limosine and the Czech Tatraplan.