srijeda, 17. studenoga 2010.


  • Body Type: 2-door roadster
  • Layout: front engine, RWD
  • Engine: 285-hp, 6.0-L, 48-valve, DOHC V12
  • Fuel Type: liquid hydrogen / gasoline bi-fuel
  • Transmission: 6-spd manual
  • Brakes (front/rear): disc/disc
  • Acceleration (0 - 60 mph): 6.0 seconds
  • Top Speed (electronically governed): 188 mph
  • Seating Capacity: 2

ponedjeljak, 1. studenoga 2010.

Bmw cars 1930s


George Meier is the first foreigner to win the Isle of Man Senior TT in 1939 - the world's toughest motorcycle competition of its day. Shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War, BMW takes over the Brandenburgische Motorenwerke in Berlin-Spandau and factories in Basdorf and Zühlsdorf near Berlin.

First Bmw car

It was 1928 that made history in terms of the BMW car. Produced at the Eisenbach factory, the Dixi 3/15 PS marked the beginning of BMW automobile production. It was built under license from Austin and was essentially the same model as the US Bantam and the Japanese Datsun. The first Dixis used an open roof and were powered by a 743cc 4 cylinder engine producing 15 horsepower. Top speed was in the neighbourhood of 50 mph (80 km/h). In 1929 a new improved version was launched, the DA2, which employed an all-steel body and 4-wheel brakes, and in 1930 the Dixi scored its first wins in motor racing. Total production: 18,976 units.