A small number of cars designed by Josef Ganz still exist today. Those listed below can be seen in museums in different countries. Before your visit, we advice you to check with the museum in question if the cars you want to see are currently on display.

GERMANY

Central Garage Automuseum in Bad Homburg owns the original 1931 Maikäfer (May Bug) prototype, designed and built by Josef Ganz at car manufacturer Adler in Frankfurt, but it is not always on display. Click here to visit the museum’s website for more information and opening times.

NETHERLANDS

Louwman Museum owns an unrestored 1946 Rapid Swiss Volkswagen, designed by Josef Ganz, on permanent display. The Rapid was found with a broken engine at a farm near Amsterdam in the 1950s and now rests alongside a 1926 Hanomag Kommissbrot, a 1936 Mercedes-Benz 170H, a 1943 Volkswagen Type 166 Schimmwagen and a 1951 Volkswagen Beetle. Click here to visit the museum’s website for more information and opening times.

SWITZERLAND

Verkehrshaus Luzern owns a restored 1947 Rapid Swiss Volkswagen, designed by Josef Ganz, on permanent display in their Museum-on-Demand installation. Click here to visit the museum’s website for more information and opening times.