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Munich-based exhibition covers BMW's long engineering history in fine style
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13 December 2014

It’s a cliché to call a museum a ‘treasure trove’ but in the case of the BMW museum in Munich it’s necessary to make an exception. 

Based right by BMW’s distinctive ‘Four-Cylinder’ HQ in Munich and just across the road from BMW Welt, a giant BMW brand experience centre, where buyers can also pick up their freshly made cars.

The BMW covers the company’s activities right from its origins in the design and manufacturing of aircraft engines, its long history of motorcycles through its first steps in car manufacturing to its current position as the biggest premium automotive brand in the world.

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abkq 14 December 2014

What? No E3 (2500 - 3.3Li)?

What? No E3 (2500 - 3.3Li)? IMO the most beautiful 4-door BMW ever.

Also no 507 either.

I hope these important models are in the actual museum and it's just that the picture editor for whatever reason didn't include them.

DiscoVeronica 14 December 2014

Box the subs ear's

So it "cover's BMW long engineering history", doe's it? The standard's of litterassy are getting wurst around hear...
kcrally 14 December 2014

BMW M3 Fina colours.

BMW M3 Fina colours.