BMW - Wall Art

A gallery dedicated to artworks inspired by various BMW models. Founded officially in 1917, initially to produce aircraft engines, it has progressively expanded its activity to become one of the most important and prestigious automotive companies in the world, above all for its constructive quality and the technological and engineering modernity of its products. An event of great importance for the history of BMW occurred in 1928; The Bavarian company entered the production and sale of motor vehicles by acquiring Dixi plants located in Eisenach, Saxony, which licensed a version of the British model Austin Seven [5]. BMW therefore began producing the same Dixi model in the Eisenach plant under the official name of BMW 3/15, but as early as 1933, with the arrival of the new head of the technical sector Fritz Fiedler, the Bavarian company went into production of the the first high-performance six-cylinder engine and the first higher-class car model, the 303 which was equipped with a 1173 cm³ and 30 hp engine. In this car also appeared for the first time the classic model of the front radiator shaped side by side that will become typical of all BMW cars. The BMW 328, the first highly successful car of the Bavarian house. In the following years BMW developed its production of high-class models such as the BMW 320 and 326, but the first truly innovative car that gave prestige to the young Bavarian company and demonstrated its high technical and engineering capacity was the 328 model equipped with a modern engine with light alloy head and V valves. The BMW 328 was also equipped with great dynamic qualities and raised the reputation of BMW as a sports brand; the new car won numerous victories in competitive competitions, including the 1940 Mille Miglia edition. The BMW 328 was built in 462 units and achieved great success among experts and sports car enthusiasts

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