I cannot say I am a car enthusiast (as a matter of fact I don’t own one) but I wanted to visit the BMW Museum especially as it is located near the Olympiapark that was on my list too.
BMW stands for “Bayerische Motoren Werke” (“Bavarian Motor Works”) and the attendance figures of the museum are, after the Deutsches Museum and the Pinakothek der Moderne, the highest in Munich.
BMW 3/15 PS, the first BMW car made under licence from the British Austin Motor Company. I couldn’t help but think of what has become of Austin (it disappeared) and what of BMW.
BMW R32 was the first motorcycle produced by BMW
Some jab at the arch-rival Stuttgart based Mercedes, the ad poster says: “A Mercedes can also bring the joy of drive.”
BMW C1, I saw them first time when I was in Germany some 10 years ago and I thought it was such a cool concept. However, the production ceased in October 2002 as it seems this type of scooter didn’t catch on. C1 was never made available in North America.
You have seen them in WWII movies and until now I didn’t know they were BMW.