Auwärter GmbH
Predecessor Ernst Auwärter
Successor Pucher Group
Founded 1854
Founder(s) Friedrich Auwärter
Defunct 2005
Headquarters Steinenbronn, Germany
Products buses
Subsidiaries Thuringian EA

Auwärter GmbH is a German bus and body manufacturer and minibus converter. Previously known as Ernst Auwärter, the company was founded in 1854 in Steinenbronn, Germany by Friedrich Auwärter. It began producing buses in 1928. In 1935, Gottlob Auwärter left the company and founded his own bus manufacturing company, Neoplan. The other sons, Paul and Ernst Auwärter, took over the company.

The subsidiary Thuringian EA filed bankruptcy in 2004 and was purchased by an entrepreneur and is now known as TS-Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH. In 2005, Auwärter GmbH filed bankruptcy, and was purchased by the the Pucher Group of Linz, Austria later that year.[1]


  • Auwärter CityStar
  • Auwärter Clubstar
  • Auwärter Economy
  • Auwärter Eurostar
  • Auwärter Sprinter Light (Mercedes-Benz)
  • Auwärter Super Sprinter (Mercedes-Benz)
  • Auwärter Teamstar City
  • Auwärter Teamstar Kombi
  • Auwärter Teamstar Reise


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