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Rohnd

Borgward Born Again !

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Germany manufactured Borgward Isabella,  once well known in Sri lanka, as a very comfortable sedan in late 1950s went for end of production  due to bankruptcy in 1961 .

The new faced same company has started producing vehicles again with their show case in Frankfurt Motor show this year.

For details please refer,

https://www.borgward.com/models/

https://www.borgward.com/company/history/

A return of a legend as they say.

 

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16 hours ago, Rohnd said:

Germany manufactured Borgward Isabella,  once well known in Sri lanka, as a very comfortable sedan in late 1950s went for end of production  due to bankruptcy in 1961 .

The new faced same company has started producing vehicles again with their show case in Frankfurt Motor show this year.

For details please refer,

https://www.borgward.com/models/

https://www.borgward.com/company/history/

A return of a legend as they say.

 

Uhh...didn't Borgward start operations again like 10 years ago or something with FAW or some Chinese company financially backing them ? I believe after about 8 years or so of starting up they showcased their first model a couple of years ago at the Frankfurt (?? or Geneva ?) Motor Show and went on sale in China soon after.

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15 hours ago, vag2 said:

which models were popular in Sri Lanka?

The Borgward Isabella... 

4 hours ago, iRage said:

Uhh...didn't Borgward start operations again like 10 years ago or something with FAW or some Chinese company financially backing them ? I believe after about 8 years or so of starting up they showcased their first model a couple of years ago at the Frankfurt (?? or Geneva ?) Motor Show and went on sale in China soon after.

Yes. It was Foton 

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