Because of the good reviews and succes of the Standard Superior, in November 1933 Josef Ganz was contacted by director Everhard Bungartz of Bungartz & Co. He had been greatly impressed by the Standard Superior and wanted to put into production a small car based on Ganz’s patents. It would be called the Butz, and it was technically almost identical to the Standard Superior.
Although Bungartz showed a few different variations of the Butz at the Berlin motor show in March 1934, it is unclear how many cars were actually manufactured. However, as far as it is known today, no cars have survived.