|About the car
BMW 2002 appeared in January 1968. The early versions of this model featured: black and chrome grille in two parts, doors without side strips, and narrow 4.5-inch sheet metal wheels with perforated hubcaps. This car inherited the 1 990 cm3 engine with 100 hp.
Equipped with more powerful engines, the 2002 quickly became a cult car of the 1970’s, notably thanks to the appearance of the 120 horsepower 2002ti model at the end of 1968, then replaced in 1971 by the 130 horsepower 2002tii and followed by the sultry 170 horsepower 2002 turbo.
About the Brand
“Bavarian Motor Company” in German, BMW is a leading German producer of luxury, sports and high-tech automobiles and motors, as well as a major manufacturer of aircraft engines. The BMW Group, which includes Rolls-Royce and Mini, was founded in 1916 by Gustav Otto and Karl Friedrich Rapp.
The BMW headquarters and its renowned museum are located in Munich, Germany. During the year 2018, the BMW Group sold 2,125,026 cars and 123,495 two-wheelers.
Additionally, the circular blue and white BMW logo evolved from the Rapp Motorenwerke circular logo, which had a black ring with the company name around the company logo, and finally, the slogan “The Ultimate Driving Machine” first appeared in North America in 1974.
About the Manufacturer
The manufacturer Minichamps is a producer of model cars, trucks, buses, mopeds, tanks, and other automotive accessories, offering a wide variety of replicas in different scales.
Its Formula 1 models are mainly presented in 1/18 and 1/43 scale.
Currently, the Minichamps range contains models of all the world’s major car manufacturers and many types of racing and sports teams. Originally known as PMA (Paul’s Model Art), the company was founded in the late 1970s.
As a major company in the industry, with the widest range of models of any model producer in the world, Minichamps is a leader in the field.