BMW - 1500/1602/1800/2002

At the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1961, BMW launched the 1500, a powerful compact sedan, with front disc brakes and four-wheel independent suspension. This modern specification further cemented BMW's reputation for sporting cars. It was the first BMW to officially feature the "Hofmeister kink", the rear window line that has been the hallmark of all BMWs since then.

GB (UK) EnglandGermanyHolland - the Netherlands
GB (UK) England
BMW 2002-click for a larger picture
BMW 2002 1976
BMW 2002 Touring
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Number of persons:4 Luggage:2 small Minimum driver age:25 Gearbox:auto Audio:radio mp3
BMW 1602-click for a larger picture
BMW 1602 1973
BMW 1602
Forsten b. Munich
Bavaria, Germany
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Number of persons:4 Luggage:2 small Minimum driver age:25 Gearbox:manual Audio:radio
Holland - the Netherlands
BMW 1800-click for a larger picture
BMW 1800 1968
BMW 1800
South Holland (Zuid-Holland)
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Number of persons:4 Luggage:2 large + 2 small Minimum driver age:21 Gearbox:manual Audio:radio
The "New Class" 1500 was developed into 1600 and 1800 models. In 1966, the two-door version of the 1600 was launched, along with a convertible in 1967. These models were called the '02' series—the 2002 being the most famous.  The success of the 2002 led to the founding of BMW North America in 1975. And shortly thereafter a new model was introduced that furthered this concept of performance and practicality – the BMW 3 Series. This new model was a direct descendant of the 2002.


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