The Horch 930V models started after the 'Horchbl' series came to an end. The first 930S were until from 1937 to 1939, with a V-8 engine and 82 hp output. It had also a shorter wheelbase than the 830BL 3100 MM instead of 3350 MM. In 1938 the engine output was increased from 82 hp to 92. A total of 2054 930V's were built from 1937 to 1939. In 1939 the production was 795 vehicles that year. There were many body styles available, including sedans, 4-door cabriolets, 2-door cabriolets and 2-door roadsters (Glaser). The 1939 930V 4-door open tourer, there were very few produced, as a matter of fact it was never included in the official sales list or prospectus it was a special order car.
The Horch 930V models were introduced after Horch BL series production ended in 1936. The first Horch 930s were built from 1937 to 1939 with a V-8 engine producing 82 horsepower. A total of 2054 Horch 930Vs were built during the production lifespan. There were many body styles available, including sedans, 4-door cabriolets, 2-door cabriolets, and 2-door roadsters called the Glaser. There were very few Horch 930V 4-door Phaetons built, as this was a special-order car.
There are only two survivors! One is at the military collection of Oliver Bentfort in England and the other is the show here.