ALL BMW MODELS IN HISTORY


List of all classic BMW vehicles

1920


BMW 3/15 sedan
1927–1931

The BMW 3/15 was BMW’s first car, produced in its first version as “Dixi” between 1927 and 1929 and in three subsequent versions as BMW from July 1929 until March 1932, when BMW relinquished the licence under which the Austin-designed cars were produced.

Production lasted until 1932 when the manufacturing licence contract with British Austin ended, being replaced by the 3/20 and in 1933 with the 303 model and around 20,000 DIXI / BMW 3/15 hp were built.

Characteristics of the BMW 3/15:

  • 15 hp (11 kW) 747 cc engine.
  • 3-speed manual transmission
  • Dimensions: Wheelbase 1,905 mm
  • Approx. weight 400 kg (1,000 lbs.)
  • Top speed: 75 km/h (45 mph)
  • Acceleration 8 to 40 km/h (25 mph): 10 seconds
  • Fuel consumption: approx. 5.5 L / 100 km (5.5 L / 100 km)

Article: El primer BMW fabricado

1930


BMW 3/15 DA-3 Wartburg roadster
1930–1931

The first BMW Roadster was produced under licence from Austin. Weighing just 410 kg, but with a power output of 18 hp, the two-seater enjoyed considerable success in motor racing at the time.
Inspired by the English model of the Austin 7, it was powered by a 750 cc four-cylinder engine with compression tuning and a twin exhaust system, giving it a power output of 15 to 18 hp, enabling it to reach 90 km/h (56 mph).

BMW 3/20 PS
1932–1934

The first BMW Roadster was produced under licence from Austin. With a weight of just 410 kg but a power output of 18 hp, the two-seater enjoyed considerable success in motor racing at the time.
The BMW 3/20 PS was the first BMW automobile designed entirely by BMW. It was produced from 1932 to 1934, replacing the 3/15 model which was initially an Austin 7 manufactured under licence by the Austin Motor Company.

The engine used in the 3/20 was based on the Austin Seven engine used in the 3/15. The engine received design changes by BMW engineers that resulted in the engine generating 20 hp.

The 3/20 was larger than the 3/15, with a wheelbase of 2149 mm and a body 76 mm lower than the 3/15. It inherited the independent front suspension from the 3/15 DA-4 and added a swing-axle independent rear suspension. The standard bodies for the car were built by Daimler-Benz at the Sindelfingen location.

Four versions of the 3/20 were built: AM 1, AM 2, AM 3 and AM 4.

BMW 303 sedan
1933–1934

The BMW 303 was a small family sedan produced by BMW between 1933 and 1934, and was the first BMW car with the “kidney grille” associated with the brand. The platform developed for the 303 was used for several other BMW cars, including the BMW 309, a four-cylinder version of the 303, the BMW 315, a 1.5-litre version of the 303 which replaced it in 1934 and was built until 1937, the BMW 319, a 1.9-litre version of the 303 produced alongside the 315 from 1935 to 1937, and the BMW 329, a development of the 319 with styling based on the newer and larger BMW 326, which briefly replaced the 319 in 1937.

BMW 309 sedan
1934–1936

The BMW 309 was a development of the BMW 303 and replaced the BMW 3/20. It featured a four-cylinder engine developed from the six-cylinder M78 engine used in the 303 with a maximum output of 22 PS (16 kW; 22 hp) at 4000 rpm.

BMW 315 sedan
1934–1937

The BMW 315 replaced the 303 in 1934, differing from the 303 primarily by the use of a larger engine.

A total of 9,765 BMW 315s were built, including two-door saloon cars, passenger cars, convertibles, sports convertibles and 315/1 roadsters.

The BMW 315 was the first BMW to be equipped with a six-cylinder engine and also the first BMW car with the famous kidney grille.

The platform on which the BMW 303 was built was later used for the BMW 309, 303 and 315.

The vehicle bodies were produced at Daimler-Benz’s Sindelfingen plant. A two-seat sports convertible was also offered for the 303.

BMW 315/1 roadster
1934-1937 (roadster based on the 315)

The BMW 315/1 was a sports car based on the BMW 315 sedan. It used the same chassis as the BMW 315 and had an engine of the same displacement. However, with the increased compression ratio and the use of three Solex carburettors the power output increased to 40.6 PS (29.9 kW; 40.0 hp), while the roadster body reduced the curb weight to 750 kg.

The car won, among other speed awards, victory in the 1934 International Alpine Rally.

BMW 319 sedan
1935–1937

The 319 was introduced in 1935. Produced alongside the 315, the 319 differed from it primarily by its new, larger 1,911 cc engine, which resulted in an increase in power to 45 hp (33.6 kW) at 3750 rpm. The curb weight of the 319 was 850 kg.

BMW 319/1 roadster
1935–1937

The BMW 319/1 roadster was a 1.9-litre version of the 315/1 introduced alongside the 319 sedan in 1935. The 319’s increased engine size resulted in a power output of 55 hp.
Production of the 319/1 ended in 1936, with 102 vehicles built. It was replaced by the BMW 328.

BMW 329 convertible
1937

The BMW 329 convertible is a semi-discovered body variant of the BMW 319.

 

BMW 326 sedan and cabriolet
1936–1941

The BMW 326 is a mid-size sedan produced by BMW between 1936 and 1941, and briefly, under Soviet control, after 1945. The 326 was BMW’s first four-door sedan.

BMW 327 coupé and cabriolet
1937–1941

The BMW 327 is a medium-sized coupé produced by the Bavarian firm between 1937 and 1941, and again after 1945. It was based on a shortened version of the BMW 326 chassis.
In 1945, after the end of World War II, the BMW production site in Eisenach fell within the Soviet occupation zone. The BMW car factory in Eisenach was not completely destroyed and assembly of the 327 was resumed. It is difficult to obtain clear production figures, but many of the 327s that survived with collectors into the 21st century were post-war products.

BMW 320 sedan and cabriolet (based on 326)
1937–1938

The BMW 326 is a mid-size sedan or cabriolet produced by BMW between 1936 and 1941, and again briefly under production control by the Soviet Union after 1945. The 326 was BMW’s first four-door saloon, had an innovative design and sold well despite its relatively high price.

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BMW 321 sedan and cabriolet
1938–1941

The BMW 321 is a six-cylinder compact car produced by the Bavarian company between 1938 and 1941. After 1945, production of the 321 resumed at the Eisenach plant and continued until 1950.

The 321 went on sale in 1939 as the successor to the BMW 320, and based on a shortened version of the BMW 326 chassis. Two years after its market launch, in 1941, car production at BMW’s Eisenach plant was suspended to produce war material, in favour of war production. By then, 3,800 units of the BMW 321 had been built.

BMW 335  cabrio
1939–1941

The BMW 335 is a six-cylinder sports saloon produced by BMW between 1939 and 1941. The prototype of the 335 was first presented in London in 1938.

The commercial success of the BMW 326, introduced in 1936, encouraged the German company to upgrade its cars and challenge Mercedes-Benz for the premium car throne.

The 335 was based on the 326, but with the wheelbase and chassis extended to accommodate an inline six-cylinder engine with an output of 90 hp, enabling it to reach a top speed of 145 km/h (90 mph). The BMW 335 was the first car to offer a four-speed gearbox with full synchromesh in all ratios.

BMW 335 sedan
1939–1941

The 335 was first shown to the public in 1934 at the Motor Show. The BMW 335 was 23 cm longer than its predecessor, the 326. An increase in dimensions was necessary to accommodate the larger 3.5-litre engine.

BMW 328 Roadster
1936–1940

The BMW 328 is a sports car produced between 1936 and 1940 to the original design of Peter Szymanowski, who became BMW’s chief designer after the Second World War.

The car was unveiled at the Nürburgring in 1936 at the Eifelrennen race, driven by Ernst Henne, who drove it to victory in the 2.0-litre class.

The 328 scored over 100 class victories in 1937, including the RAC Tourist Trophy, the Österreichische Alpenfahrt and the La Turbie hill climb. In 1938, the 328 won its class in the RAC Tourist Trophy, the Alpine Rally and the Mille Miglia.

1940


BMW 326 sedan y cabriolet
1945–1946

The BMW 326 is a sedan manufactured by BMW between 1936 and 1941.

BMW  321 sedan and cabriolet
1945–1950

The BMW 321 is a six-cylinder compact car produced by the German carmaker between 1938 and 1941. After 1945, production of the 321 resumed at the Eisenach plant and ended in 1950.

BMW 327 coupe and cabriolet
1945–1955

The BMW 327 is a medium-sized touring coupé produced by the Bavarian firm between 1937 and 1941, and then produced again after 1945, at the end of the Second World War. It was based on a shortened version of the BMW 326 chassis.

BMW 340 sedan

The BMW 340, later renamed EMW 340, was a large six-cylinder four-door saloon produced in Eisenach by BMW. It was also produced in commercial or van versions. It was the first new car model produced in Germany after the war, although it was actually a modified version of the BMW 326.

1950


BMW 501/502/2.6/2600 sedan, coupe and convertible. 1952–1963

BMW 501/502/2.6/2600 sedan, coupe and convertible. 1952-1963
The BMW 501 Sedan, also known as “The Baroque Angel” due to its sumptuous shape, was a luxury car produced in several versions by BMW, being a good car from a technical point of view, but very expensive. BMW planned to sell approx. 20,000 units annually, but practically only 22,000 units were produced until 1963.

Ver artículo BMW 501/2, el Ángel Barroco

700 sedan, coupe and convertible. 1959-1965

The BMW 700 was produced by BMW from August 1959 to November 1965 and was the first BMW car with a monocoque body. Its sales success saved the Munich company from financial ruin. It had a sporty version called the 700 RS.

Artículo: BMW 700, la salvación de BMW

507  convertible. 1956–1959

The BMW 507 is a two-seater roadster manufactured by BMW. Like the BMW 503, the model was designed by Albrecht Graf von Goertz and is considered an icon of automotive design.

The car was priced similarly to its competitor, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, which from spring 1957 was no longer offered as a coupé with gull-wing doors, but exclusively as a roadster. Only 252 examples of the BMW 507 were produced, making it much rarer than the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, of which a total of 3258 coupés and roadsters were produced.

Artículo: BMW 507 de Elvis Presley

BMW Isetta 250/300 . 1955–1962

El BMW Isetta es un microcoche producido por el fabricante de automóviles alemán BMW entre 1955 y 1962. Fue diseñado por el diseñador italiano Giovanni Michelotti, y estaba disponible como descapotable de dos puertas o como coupé de dos puertas. El nombre «Isetta» deriva del diminutivo italiano de «hermana pequeña».

La carrocería del Isetta era de plástico reforzado con fibra de vidrio (PRFV), un material nuevo en aquella época. También fue uno de los primeros coches en utilizar hilo de polipropileno en su tapicería. El Isetta tenía un motor refrigerado por aire montado en la parte trasera, lo que reducía su altura total. Para hacer sitio al motor y a la transmisión, las cuatro ruedas se retiraron de su ubicación habitual y se montaron en el piso en tándem. Esto requería que las ruedas delanteras girasen 180 grados para la dirección.

La producción comenzó en la planta de BMW en Múnich en 1955; en 1956 también se fabricaba en Brasil (en Vemag). En 1958, se inició el montaje en Australia (por Motor Body Builders) y en México (por Automex). En 1959 se inicia la fabricación en España (por FASA).

BMW 600
1957-1959

The BMW 600 is a four-seater car based on the Isetta produced by BMW from 1957 to November 1959 under licence from the Italian company ISO.

BMW 503 coupe and convertible. 1956–1959

The BMW 503 is a two-door 2+2 car produced in the 1950s by BMW. The company developed the BMW 503 along with the 507 roadster in an attempt to sell a significant number of luxury cars in the United States, where it did not have a very large market share, and the 503 was the first BMW sports coupe to be produced after World War II.

Artículo: BMW 503, el coupé incomprendido

1960


BMW 3000 S Sedan
1962–1965

BMW 3200 CS coupe
1962–1965

The BMW 3200 CS was a sports car designed by Bertone and produced by BMW between January 1962 and September 1965, being the last variation of the platform that was first used in the 501, built in 1951.
It is the successor to the BMW 503 and was technically based on it.
The car’s design is one of the first by Giugiaro, who spent his apprenticeship with Bertone and gave the car a restrained Italian-style sports car line with panoramic windows and frameless side windows. Two prototypes were built in 1960, but as BMW was in a severe sales crisis at the time, the decision to build them could not be made because of the company’s doubts about the profitability of marketing them.

The 3200 CS was luxuriously equipped, being one of the first German cars with electric windows.

Ver artículo sobre el BMW 3200 CS coupe

E9 New Six coupe.
1968-1975

The BMW E9 is a coupé produced by BMW between 1968 and 1975. Initially launched as the 2800 CS model, the E9 was based on the four-cylinder BMW 2000 C / 2000 CS coupés. The body of the E9 was built by Karmann.

844 units of the BMW 2.5 CS were produced between 1974 and 1975. The two-and-a-half-litre 110 kW (150 hp) model was the basic model and could only be distinguished from the three-litre models by the lack of rear bumper guards and lettering.

BMW 1500/1600/1800/2000 New Class.
1962–1972

The BMW 1500/1600/1800/2000 New Class was a BMW automobile that filled the gap between the BMW 700 and the BMW 501/502, the “Baroque Angel”.

The BMW 1500/1600/1800/2000 New Class was produced from mid-1962 until 1972, when it was replaced by the first generation of the BMW 5 Series (E12).

BMW 2000C / 2000CS New Class coupe.
1965–1969

The BMW New Class coupe was introduced in June 1965. Designed by Wilhelm Hofmeister on the chassis of the sedan model. It was powered by a four-cylinder, 1.8-litre engine with 120 hp in the BMW 2000 CS (Type 120) and 100 hp in the BMW 2000 CA model with three-speed automatic transmission. The car was offered as BMW 2000 C with 100 hp and manual transmission from May 1967 until 1968.

BMW 1502/1600-2/1602/1802/1800 02 Series. Sedan, convertible y hatchback.
1966–1971

The BMW 02 series (internal series designation initially 114) was a mid-size BMW vehicle produced between April 1966 and July 1977. It was positioned below the Neue Klasse and derived from its 1600 model, but the vehicles were designed as two-door models.

There were only four-cylinder models with the designations 1502, 1600-2, 1602, 1600 TI, 1802, as well as 2002, 2002 ti, 2002 tii and 2002 turbo. The first two digits in each case indicate the engine displacement, except for the 1502, which had a 1.6-litre engine. L

It was replaced by the first BMW 3 Series (E21 model series) in August 1975, although the smaller model, the 1502, continued to be produced until July 1977. The total number of units produced exceeded 861,000.

BMW E3 New Six sedan.
1968-1977

BMW E3 New Six sedan.
1968-1977

Designated internally as the E3, the passenger car was a high-end BMW model with an inline six-cylinder that appeared on the market in the autumn of 1968. The E3 was the first BMW vehicle with the factory code designation E and was intended to compete with the Daimler-Benz S-Class (Mercedes-Benz W 108, W 109 and W 116) and Opel’s KAD series.

The E9 coupé variant was derived from the E3. The successor to the E3 was the first 7 Series, type E23, introduced in May 1977.

1970


BMW Serie 5  sedan (E12) .
1972–1981

The BMW E12 is the first BMW 5 Series, and was born as the successor to the “Neuen Klasse”, and was produced from the summer of 1972 until mid-1981.

With this vehicle BMW initiated a reorganisation of the model designation.

Ver artículo sobre el BMW Serie 5  sedan (E12) .

BMW M1 (E26 ).
1978–1981

The BMW M1 (internal designation E26) was a super sports car produced by BMW and equipped with a longitudinally mounted mid-engine and rear-wheel drive. From autumn 1978 to the end of 1981, 460 vehicles were produced.

Originally, the BMW M1 was intended as a model for use in motor racing, and only a homologation series would be built in small numbers for use on public roads. However, due to changes in international regulations even before the BMW M1 was introduced, it became virtually superfluous as a racing car. Although it continued to be used as a racing car in several series with moderate success, most of the vehicles produced were sold to private individuals as road-going versions, contrary to the original plan.

Only in the Procar Series, a Formula 1 support programme in 1979 and 1980, did the BMW M1 attract greater racing attention. In the Procar Series, the five fastest Formula 1 drivers in practice raced BMW M1 factory cars against selected private drivers of this type of vehicle.

Ver artículo sobre el BMW M1 (E26 ).

BMW  Serie 3 (E21 ).
1975–1983

The BMW E21, BMW’s first 3 Series, was launched in August 1975 as the successor to the 02 models. The E21, which was only available as a two-door model, was available with a four-cylinder engine (M10) and from the summer of 1977 also with an inline six-cylinder engine (M20).

In December 1982, the successor model, the E30, appeared, which was also offered with four doors, as a touring car, fully convertible and with a diesel engine.

A total of 1,364,039 vehicles of all engine types were built, of which 4,595 were convertibles produced by Baur.

Artículo: Historia del BMW E-21

BMW Serie 6 (E24).
1976–1989

The BMW E24 is a luxury four-seater coupé manufactured by BMW and is the first model of the 6 Series. Production began in October 1975 as the successor to the E9 series. The E24 was officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1976. It largely anticipated the appearance of the 7 Series (E23) introduced in May 1977, but was still based on the modified and slightly shortened wheelbase of the first 5 Series (E12).

BMW Serie 7 (E23).
1977–1986

The BMW E23 was the first BMW 7-series and was launched in spring 1977. It replaced the E3 series produced from 1968 onwards. French car designer Paul Bracq was responsible for its design.

1980


BMW E30 3 series sedan, coupe, convertible and wagon/estate.
1982–1994

The 3 Series E30 was produced in many more variants than its predecessor, the BMW E21, which was only offered as a two-door model. The second 3 Series was launched at the end of 1982 and was also available as a four-door model from September 1983. In autumn 1985, the convertible and the first M3 were introduced.
The smaller 324d joined the BMW range in 1985 as the brand’s second diesel car after the 5 Series 524td diesel model introduced in 1983.

2.34 million of the E30 model were produced in Munich and Regensburg.

Ver artículo sobre el  E30

BMW Serie 5 E28 sedan.
1981–1988

The BMW E28 is a BMW 5 Series saloon. It is the second generation of the BMW 5 Series and replaced its predecessor E12 in autumn 1981. The successor to the E28 is the E34, produced from autumn 1987. BMW produced the E28 between April 1981 and December 1987 at BMW’s Dingolfing plant and from 1985 to 1989 at the Rosslyn plant. A total of 14 different E28 models were offered, with some models reserved for specific markets. A total of 722,328 E28s rolled off the production line, with the 520i, 528e, 528i and 524td models making up around two thirds of production.

Artículo: E-28 M5, el sedán más rápido de la historia

BMW Serie 7 E32 series sedan.
1986–1994

The BMW E32 is a premium saloon of the BMW 7 Series and was introduced in September 1986. A year after the market launch with six-cylinder engines, the 750i variant with the twelve-cylinder M70 engine arrived. The E32 was designed by the then chief designer Claus Luthe and Ercole Spada. In June 1994, the E32 was replaced by the E38, after some 310,000 units had been produced.

BMW Serie 5 E34 series  sedan y wagon.
1988–1996

BMW E34 is the name given to the third generation of the BMW 5 Series. The official presentation to dealers and journalists took place in January 1988. Like its predecessor, the E28, the E34 series belonged to the upper mid-range. The appearance of the E34, created under the direction of chief designer Claus Luthe and drawn by Ercole Spada, was based on the 7 Series saloons of the E32 series. From September 1991, a second body variant, the Touring, became available.

BMW Z1 convertible.
1989–1991

The BMW Z1 was introduced in 1987 and was designed by BMW as an exercise in image and technology. The factory code was E30 (Z).
The BMW subsidiary BMW Technik GmbH, founded in 1985, was responsible for the planning and execution of the project. The designers were Ulrich Bez and Harm Lagaay. Between early 1989 and mid-1991, exactly 8,000 Z1s were built in a limited series. Daily production was initially a maximum of six vehicles.

BMW Serie 8 E31 coupe.
1989–1999

The BMW 8 Series (E31) is a luxury coupé created under the direction of BMW chief designer Claus Luthe. It was officially presented at the IAA in Frankfurt in the summer of 1989 and was produced until mid-1999.

The body shape was designed by Klaus Kapitza, who later became head of design at BMW Technik GmbH. The front end was based on that of the M1. The E31’s main competitors were the C 126 and C 140 coupé models of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The 8 Series was only available as a coupé. Prototypes of a cabriolet version were developed, but lacked the stability required for this type of vehicle.

The technology and engines came partly from the 7 Series, the E32. Later, newer engines from the 5 Series and the E38 were gradually introduced.

Artículo: BMW Serie 8, el Ferrari Killer

1990


BMW Serie 3 E36 3 sedan, coupe, convertible, wagon y hatchback

The E36 series is the third 3-series of the BMW car manufacturer. It was introduced in August 1990 as the successor to the E30 series and was produced as a sedan until February 1998. The BMW Compact and Z3 models were also built using E36 technology. From February 1998, the E36 was replaced by the successor model E46. The Compact was discontinued in September 2000, followed by the Z3 in December 2002. A total of 2,745,773 BMW E36s were built.

BMW Z3 E36/7, E36/8 convertible y coupe. 1995–2002

The BMW Z3 is a sports car from the German car manufacturer BMW. The two-seater roadster was introduced to the market in autumn 1995. In the summer of 1998, the coupé variant was launched.

In April 1999, both the roadster and coupé underwent a model update. The engine line-up ranged from a 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine with 115 hp to a 3.2-litre six-cylinder engine with 325 hp.

By 5 July 2002, 279,273 roadsters and 17,815 coupés had rolled off the production line at BMW US Manufacturing Company, LLC in Greer, South Carolina (USA). The Z3 bears the internal designation E36/7 for the roadster and E36/8 for the coupé (E36/7S or E36/8S for the racing models). It is based on the platform of the E36 Compact and shares the rear axle and parts of the passenger compartment with it.

Ver artículo: BMW z3. Un roadster puro

BMW Serie 7 E38 sedan.
1994–2001

The E38 series is the third generation of the BMW 7 Series and was introduced in June 1994 as the successor to the BMW E32. The BMW E38 was the first car from a European manufacturer to be offered with a navigation system ex-factory. Up to July 2001, 327,598 units were produced at BMW’s Dingolfing plant. Successor models were the E65, E66, E67 and E68.

BMW Serie 5 E39 sedan y wagon.
1995–2003

The E39 series is the fourth generation of the BMW 5 Series and was introduced in December 1995 as the successor to the E34 series. The estate model, known as the Touring, followed in March 1997, and the sporty M5 model in autumn 1998. In total, more than 1.48 million units of the E39 were sold, including some 266,000 Touring models. The saloon was produced until mid-2003, the Touring continued to roll off the production line until early 2004 when they were successively replaced by the E60/E61 series.

E46 3 Series sedan, coupe, convertible, wagon y hatchback. 1998–2006

The E46 series is the fourth 3-series of the BMW automobile manufacturer and was introduced to the public in March 1998 as the successor to the E36 series.

Production of the E46 models took place mainly at the Munich-Milbertshofen plant and at the plants in Leipzig, Regensburg and Rosslyn (South Africa).

As usual for BMW, it was initially marketed as a saloon only, with six-cylinder (M52TU) and four-cylinder (M43TU) petrol engines and a newly developed four-cylinder diesel engine (M47). With the M47, BMW sold a diesel engine with direct injection for the first time. Safety equipment on all models includes anti-lock brakes (ABS), traction control (ASC+T), cornering brake control, electronic brake-force distribution and six airbags as standard.

BMW Z8 E52  convertible.
1999–2003

The BMW Z8 (internal model E52) is a sports car produced by German automaker BMW from March 2000 to July 2003.
The design with the wide BMW kidney and side air intakes, inspired by the BMW 507 roadster produced from 1956 to 1959, was created by Henrik Fisker. The interior was designed by Mike Ninic and Bruno Amatino, the steering wheel by David Carp. Under the direction of Adrian van Hooydonk and David Carp, in close coordination with designers Fisker and Ninic, a concept car was produced under the designation Z 07 which has a high degree of similarity to the design of the production model.

Model history
The Z 07 concept car was shown at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show and the 1998 Detroit Motor Show. The production version of the car was unveiled at the 1999 IAA.
Between March 2000 and July 2003, 5703 examples were produced by hand (555 vehicles based on the Z8 were sold by the car manufacturer Alpina).

Ver artículo sobre el BMW Z8 E52  convertible.

BMW X5 E53 SUV
1999–2006

The BMW E53 is an all-wheel drive passenger car and is the first generation of the BMW X5.

The vehicle, unveiled in 1999, was the first off-road vehicle offered by BMW. It was manufactured in the USA in Greer, South Carolina. After the vehicle was already in US dealerships at the end of 1999, it also arrived in Germany in May 2000. This first X5 series was produced until the end of 2006 and is thus the predecessor of the BMW E70, which became available in Europe in March 2007.

2000


BMW Serie 7 E65/E66/E67/E68 7
sedan. 2001–2008

The E65 series is the name of the fourth generation of the BMW 7-series, which was produced from autumn 2001 to late summer 2008. It replaced the E38 series.

The long-wheelbase version is called the E66, the special protection version the E67, while the hydrogen-powered variant is called the E68. Base prices in Germany ranged from 58,500 euros (730d, 2003) to 127,500 euros (760Li, 2008).

In October 2008, the successor model F01 was introduced.

BMW Z4 E85/E86  coupe y convertible.
2002–2008

The BMW Z4 (internally: E85 – Roadster, E86 – Coupé) is a sports car from German automaker BMW. The design of the Z4 was created by BMW chief designer Chris Bangle and was manufactured by the BMW US Manufacturing Company in Greer, South Carolina.[

BMW X3 E83 SUV.
2003–2010

The BMW X3 (internal designation: E83) is a compact SUV offered between early 2004 and mid-2010 by German automaker BMW. Production of the E83 ended at the end of August 2010.

The car was designed by Magna Steyr and built at its plant in Graz, Austria.

Production of the BMW E83 ended on 31 August 2010 and a total of 614,824 vehicles were produced. The successor to the F25 was no longer produced at Magna Steyr, but at the BMW US Manufacturing Company’s US plant in Greer, South Carolina.

BMW Serie 5 E60/E61  sedan y wagon.
2003–2010

The BMW 5 Series E60/E61 is a mid-size luxury car produced by German automaker BMW from 2001 to 2009. It was introduced in 2001 as the successor to the BMW 5 Series E39 and was marketed worldwide. The E60/E61 was initially available with an inline six-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive (called xDrive). In 2005, the V8 engine became an option for the first time in an E60/E61 model.

The E60/E61 was produced in sedan and wagon configurations, each with its own styling. The sedan is noted for its remarkable comfort and spaciousness. The wagon is known for its versatility, being able to accommodate five passengers comfortably or a large amount of cargo with minimal effort. Both models were well received by critics, who praised their performance and driving characteristics, as well as their luxurious interiors. However, some critics criticised their high price in comparison to competitors such as the Mercedes-Benz E-Class W211

BMW Serie 6 E63/E64 6  coupe y convertible.
2003–2011

The BMW 6 Series E63 is a powerful and luxurious sports car. This vehicle is equipped with a V8 engine, which provides an incredible amount of power. The body of this car is made of lightweight materials and gives it an aerodynamic design. It also has a long wheelbase which helps to give it a lower centre of gravity, making it easier to handle at high speeds.

BMW Serie 1 E81/E82/E87/E88 1  hatchback, coupe y convertible.
2004–

The BMW 1 Series E81 is a luxury car produced by BMW from 2004 to 2013. It replaced the BMW 3 Series Compact and was replaced by the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer in 2014. The E81 was the first model in BMW’s “1 Series” car range, which originally only included three-door hatchbacks. The BMW 1 Series E81 was designed by Henrik Fisker with the help of Klaus Luthe.

The body of this model was a two-door hatchback, with a length of 4,345 mm, a width of 1,730 mm, a height of 1,450 mm and a wheelbase of 2,560 mm. The engine used in this model is a 4-cylinder petrol engine producing power at 5,000 rpm and torque at 1,250-4,500 rpm.

Production of this model began in 2004 and ended in 2013, with total sales figures exceeding 6 million units worldwide.

2010


E90/E91/E92/E93 3 series sedan, coupe y convertible.
2005–2011

BMW X5 E70  SUV
2006–2013

BMW X6 E71/E72 X6  crossover

2008–2014

BMW Serie 7 F01/F02/F03/F04
2008-2015

BMW X1 E84 crossover.
2009–presente

BMW Z4 E89 convertible.
2009–2016

BMW Serie 5 F07/F10/F11/F18sedan, wagon y fastback.
2009–2017

BMW Serie 6 F06/F12/F13 coupe, convertible .
2011–presente

BMW Serie 1 F20/F21/F52.
2011–presente

BMW X3 F25 compact SUV.
2011–presente

BMW Serie 3 F30/F31/F34/F35 sedan, wagon y fastback.
2012–2018

BMW Serie 4 F32/F33 4  coupe y convertible.
2013–presente

BMW Serie 2 F22/F23/F45/F46 compact coupe, convertible y compact MPV.
2013–presente

BMW X5 F15 SUV.
2013–2018

BMW i3 I01  hatchback. 2013–presente

BMW X6 F16 crossover.
2014–presente

BMW X4 F26 crossover SUV.
2014–presente

BMW I3 vehículo eléctrico
2013–presente

BMW I8 I12 electric sports car.
2014–presente

BMW Serie 7 G11/G12  sedan.
2015–presente

BMW Serie 5 G30/G31 sedan y wagon.
2016–presente

BMW X1 F48/F49 SUV.
2015–presente

BMW X2 F39 SUV.
2018–presente




BMW Serie 8 G14/G15/G16 Coupe, cabrio, Gran Turismo.
2018 – Presente

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