At the 1951 Frankfurt Motor Show, BMW unveiled the 501, marking their first completely new car manufactured in Bavaria following...
The BMW 503 was a two-door grand touring car produced in the late 1950s in both coupé and cabriolet versions....
It was back in 1938 that BMW presented a prototype of the BMW 335 at the London Motor Show, production...
Like all good things in life, BMW’s motivation to build the M1 came from motorsport: The marque’s aging CSLs were...
As global economies looked to rebuild after World War II, automotive manufacturers vied to develop new ideas to reignite sales....
BMW and its high-performance M division spawned a legend in 1983 by slotting a modified version of the 3.5-liter inline...
The M1 was BMW’s first mid-engined sports car and fashioned the much adored wedge-shaped silhouette; the dominating design philosophy for...
Today, the 328 is overwhelmingly considered the most important and collectable pre-war BMW, claiming innovation in engineering and styling, and...
The BMW 326 is a medium-sized sedan produced by BMW between 1936 and 1941, and again briefly, under Soviet control,...
When making its debut in New York in 1955 the 507 left both journalists and the public absolutely spellbound. The...