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The first 3 series in the form of the BMW E21 were launched in August 1975 as the successor to the 02 models. At that time only available with two doors, the E21 was available with a four-cylinder (M10) and from summer 1977 even with a six-cylinder in-line engine (M20). The spearhead was the 323i with the 2,3l engine (01.1978-08.1982) which produced 105 kW / 143 PS and had a modern Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection. Anyone who wanted more power back then had to put up with having to dig deep into their pockets because only Alpina still had an alternative in stock. With the B6, Alpina brought the first vehicle onto the market as a manufacturer that was equipped with a BMW M30 engine and 2,8 liter displacement and achieved an impressive 218 hp.
BMW Oldtimer versus Aventador
Enough power to accelerate to 7 km / h in 100 seconds and to keep the competition at bay with a top speed of 229 km / h. But who would have thought that decades later an E21 with a completely insane 1.000 hp would be on the road? For all fans of drag races we have found a video that shows you how the 1.000PS E21 drives against a 700PS strong Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. Of course it is your duty to watch the video. As with many videos, this one unfortunately saved extensive technical details about the vehicles, and especially about the BMW. No matter, in the end it's about seeing who wins in the end and so we would like to show you of course. We wish you a lot of fun watching it and if you feel like it, just browse ours Video ARCHIVE where there are thousands more videos to be found. If technical details or other information about the vehicles are published promptly, the article will of course receive an update from us. And now have fun.
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