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BMW 2800 CS (1968)

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home BMW 2800 CS (1968) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 2800 CS (1968) Productions : 1968
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The CS models were coupés based on the standard sedans, and looked identical from the front. But they were also related to the earlier 2000CS, as is evident at the rear. The first model was the well-equipped 2800CS of 1968. The 3.0CS models introduced in 1971. In 1974 the smaller engined 2.5CS was made in small numbers, in response to the fuel crisis. The CSL models were lightweight racing versions. In FIA Group 4 spec, notably when driven by Hans-Joachim Stuck (car featured in Enthusia Professional Racing), they competed against racing versions of the Porsche 911 and Ford Capri with some success. With all the aerodynamic spoilers for racing, the car became known as the ‘Batmobile’.

BMW 1600-2 (1966)

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home BMW 1600 2 (1966) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 1600 2 (1966) Productions : 1966
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The 1600-2 or 1602 appeared in 1966 and was sold through 1975. Power output was up to 96 hp (71 kW) gross with 91 ft·lbf (123 N·m) of torque. Road & Track was impressed by the 1968 1602 coupe, calling it “a great automobile at the price”, which was $2676.

BMW Turbo (1972)

BMW Turbo (1972)

home BMW Turbo (1972) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW Turbo (1972) Productions : 1972
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The E25 BMW TURBO prototype was built as a celebration for the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. For this occasion, renowned designer Paul Bracq created an innovative design for a BMW automobile, the BMW Turbo. Only 2 Turbos were ever built. Today, it is one of the rarest of BMW’s, with its elegant design, gullwing doors and futuristic cockpit

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1989 BMW 8 Series

1989 BMW 8 Series

home 1989 BMW 8 Series Manufacturer : BMW
calendar 1989 BMW 8 Series Productions : 1989
settings 1989 BMW 8 Series Engine : V8 or V12-engined 2-door 2+2 coupe
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The BMW 8 Series (chassis code BMW E31) was a V8 or V12-engined 2-door 2+2 coupe built by BMW from 1989 to 1999 with a top speed of 160 MPH. A common misconception is that the 8 Series was a successor for the original BMW 6 Series in 1989; instead it was an entirely new value proposition aimed at a different market with a substantially higher price point. A new 8 Series cost around US$100,000.

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BMW 303 Limousine (1933)

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home BMW 303 Limousine (1933) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 303 Limousine (1933) Productions : 1933
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The BMW 303 was the first BMW to use an inline-6 engine and the kidney grill, which today is a hallmark of the company’s models. Top speed was approximately 100 km/h (62 mph), and the total 303 production was 2300 units, both saloons and cabriolets were manufactured.

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BMW 1500 (1962)

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home BMW 1500 (1962) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 1500 (1962) Productions : 1962
settings BMW 1500 (1962) Engine : 1.5-litre four-cylinder with 80 hp
config BMW 1500 (1962) Transmission : four-speed transmission
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Waiting times averaged around half an hour. That’s how long you had to queue up at the 1961 Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA) to get a close-up look at the star turn of the show – or indeed to sit inside it, if for no more than a hurried minute. “Anyone who was in the vast exhibition area, for whatever reason, felt drawn to the stand of the Bayerische Motoren Werke,” noted reporters from a leading German magazine, “or to be precise, to the new BMW mid-range car which until then had been a closely guarded internal secret but was now on public view for the first time at the BMW stand.”

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BMW 315 PS DA 2 (1929)

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home BMW 315 PS DA 2 (1929) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 315 PS DA 2 (1929) Productions : 1929
settings BMW 315 PS DA 2 (1929) Engine : 4 cylinder water cooled four-stroke, 750 ccm, 15 hp
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The BMW 3/15 was BMW’s second car, first produced in July 1929.

Weight: about 400 kg
Top speed: 75 km/h (45 miles/h)
Acceleration 8 to 40 km/h (5 to 25 miles/h): 10 seconds
Fuel consumption: 5-6 liter/100 km (mileage about 45 miles/gallon)

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BMW Z1 (1988)

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home BMW Z1 (1988) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW Z1 (1988) Productions : 1988
settings BMW Z1 (1988) Engine : 6-cylinder-inline engine (four-stroke), front-mounted
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BMW Z1 was a two-seater roadster introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1987 landing BMW over 5,000 initial orders, before the production even commenced. It was best known for its retractable doors which slide into the car’s body instead of being classically opened. BMW Z1 used plastic body panels which could easily be detached and reattached by the car’s owner. BMW claimed that it was possible to change the car’s color that way in about 40 minutes.

BMW Z1 was powered by a 2.5 liter inline-6 engine producing 170 hp (127 kW) and 222 Nm (164 ft·lb) of torque fitted with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Z1 could reach a top speed of 220 km/h (137 mph) and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 9 seconds.

BMW Z1 Specifications

  • Displacement: 2494 cc
  • Max. Power: 170 PS (168 hp/125 kW) @ 5800 rpm
  • Max. Torque: 218 Nm (161 ft·lb) @ 4300 rpm
  • Compression Ratio: 8.8:1
  • Gearbox: 5-speed manual, rear wheel drive, axle ratio 3.64:1
  • Front suspension: McPherson axle, coil springs, stabilizing bar
  • Rear suspension: Lower trailing arms with diagonal rods, upper wishbones, coil springs, stabilizing bar
  • Brakes: Disc brakes , power assisted, ABS
  • Steering: Rack and pinion steering, power assisted
  • Body structure: Plastic body panels on unibody steel chassis with glued-in lower tub
  • Dry weight: 1290 kg (2844 lb)
  • Loaded weight: 1460 kg (3219 lb)
  • Track front/rear: 1456 mm (57.3″) / 1470 mm (57.9″)
  • Wheelbase: 2450 mm (96.5″)
  • Length: 3925 mm (154.5″)
  • Width: 1690 mm (66.5″)
  • Height: 1248 mm (49.1″) (with roof up: 1277 mm (50.3″))
  • Tire sizes: 225/45ZR16
  • Fuel tank capacity: 57 liter (15.1 US gal/12.5 imp gal)
  • Top speed: 220 km/h (137 mph)
  • 0-100 km/h: 9.0 seconds

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BMW 2002 (1968)

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home BMW 2002 (1968) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 2002 (1968) Productions : 1968
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The BMW New Class was a line of compact sedans launched with the 1962 1500. The four-cylinder BMW M10 engine used in these cars grew over the years from 1.5 to 1.6, 1.8, and 2.0 L with the names changing to reflect this.

The New Class models featured a fully independent suspension with MacPherson struts in front and front disc brakes.

The sedan models (with numbers ending in “0″) were replaced by the larger BMW 5 Series in 1972. The ’02 series is not part of the New Class. The upscale 2000C and 2000CS coupes were replaced by the six-cylinder BMW E9 coupes, introduced in 1969 with the 2800CS.

Although they shared mechanicals such as engines, gearboxes, and differentials, the four-door New Class models shared little else in terms of parts and design with the two-door models.

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BMW 2000 CS (1965)

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home BMW 2000 CS (1965) Manufacturer : BMW
calendar BMW 2000 CS (1965) Productions : 1965
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Featuring a modern coupe body by Karmann and a luxurious interior, the 100 hp (74 kW) single-carburetor 2000C and 120 hp (88 kW) dual-carburetor 2000CS were sold from 1965 through 1969. ‘C’ versions were available with a manual gearbox or an automatic while ‘CS’ versions were only available with a manual gearbox. The coupe’s styling was very controversial due to the design of its front grilles and headlights. The front of the coupe was completely changed in 1969 with the introduction of the 2800CS by modeling it after the 2500 and 2800 sedans.

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