The history of today's "Bayerische Motorenwerke" began in 1916, when on 07.03. the "Bayerische Flugzeugwerke" were founded by a descendant of the developer of the Otto engine. It was not until 6 years later that it was renamed “Bayerische Motorenwerke”, although cars were still not produced. This came about only in 1928 after the takeover of Eisenacher Stahlwerke, where a car brand known at the time, "Dixi", was manufactured. Until 1928 the company actually focused on the manufacture of aircraft engines and from 1923 on the manufacture of motorcycles as well. Only after the Second World War did the focus shift to the manufacture of cars, with BMW being one of the largest manufacturers in the world with 2,36 million cars. The tuning of the models of this company is also popular because the cars of the company with headquarters in Munich and almost 100000 employees are bought by discerning people with taste. The vehicle tuning makes these already luxurious models of the company even more original, which is why the business is thriving.

BMW M135i with 450PS from Tuningwerk

These are the details of the BMW M135i: larger turbocharger new intercooler new software exhaust system including catalytic converter 450 PS standard flywheel exchanged for a 4,5 kg lighter reinforced clutch Limited slip differential KW coilover kit 18-inch aluminum wheels semi-slicks 245/40 front 265/35 rear M-Performance brake racing brake pads steel braided lines 33 meters from 100 ...

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Vision! Lumma Design presents the new BMW CLR X5 RS

These are the details of the BMW CLR X 5 RS: Basis BMW X5 (F15) Name Lumma CLR X 5 RS Bodykit New front spoiler bumper with large air vents Daytime running lights Sport look engine hood including ventilation openings Wheel arch extensions (rear including air intakes) Side skirts Rear apron panels with integrated diffuser Rear spoiler lip covers for ...

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