Tag Archive for: Vintage

BMW company history in brief

ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF BMW You can see the full version of this text in BMW History. 1910s: Founding of BMW in 1916 as Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW) after the departure of founder Karl Friedrich Rapp. Production of BMW IIIa aircraft…
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BMW F76, the delivery vehicle from BMW

BMW makes delivery vehicles? But let's see, isn't the Bavarian company known the world over for making sports cars? Well, yes, but at one point in its history, due to the company's economic needs, it also produced a small delivery vehicle. This…
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Test: ¿Cuánto sabes de BMW?

Te proponemos un pequeño examen-juego para demostrar cuánto sabes de BMW ¿Te atreves? Empieza el juego. Pulsa el botón NEXT
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How to wreck a BMW Z3 and pretend to sell it for the price of a Porsche Cayman GTS4

Everyone has their own hobbies. One of mine is to check second-hand car sales websites and look for and browse cars, especially classics, that I could never afford to buy or that, even if I could, I wouldn't buy because of the complexity and…
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BMW Garmisch, Bertone concept from 1970

The BMW Garmisch was a design proposal presented at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show by the Bertone Design Centre, aimed at updating the look of the BMW range at the time, which was very performance and powertrain oriented and less about exterior…

BMW-Glas 3000 V8, concept designed by Pietro Frua

Being born in Turin, the center of the Italian car industry, was already a great start to becoming a car designer. And when he studied at the Scuola Allievi Fiat, founded and sponsored by Giovanni Agneli, the patron of Fiat, it was clear where…
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BMW 325 4×4, the grandfather of the BMW X7

BMW has just unveiled its new flagship (never a better use of the word "flagship", as the new X7 is a generous 5.15 metres long), reminiscent of one of the first BMW SUVs, the military version of the BMW 325. This vehicle was requested by…
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Albrecht Graf von Goertz, the designer of the BMW 507

Albrecht Graf von Goertz was an industrial designer responsible for the design, among other vehicles, of the BMW 507. Born into an aristocratic family in the Hanover region, he first worked as a bank clerk in Germany, but after a period of time…

BMW 600, the big brother of the BMW Isetta

The BMW 600 was a microcar produced from mid-1957 to November 1959 by the BMW company and was based on the Isetta, which was produced under licence by the Italian ISO brand. El BMW 6The BMW 600 was the logical commercial extension of the…
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Tom Cruise wrecks a BMW M5 E28

BMW cars are a regular feature in the action scenes of the Mission Impossible franchise starring Tom Cruise. In his latest film, Mission Impossible: Fallout, a brand-new, next-generation BMW M5 makes an appearance, but its presence is limited…