Monday 28 january 2019.
Bmw e25 turbo concept.
The 1972 paris motor show seemed the perfect stage for the munich marque to show the world that it was thoroughly.
One such concept car that never made it into production was the bmw e25 turbo built to celebrate the 1972 summer olympics in munich.
Most importantly though werent those gullwing do.
The intergalactic looking turbo concept landed at the 1972 paris motor show but it wasnt all about space age looks.
The e25 turbo concept sports car was built by bmw as a celebration for the 1972 summer olympics in munich.
The turbo featured a 276 hp turbocharged version of the engine from the bmw 2002 foam filled front and rear sections to absorb impact side impact beams a braking.
The e25 x1 turbo concept car was built by bmw as a celebration for the 1972 summer olympics in munich.
All bmw turbo concept e25 versions offered for the year 1973 with complete specs performance and technical data in the catalogue of cars.
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Designed by paul bracq he also did many mercedes benzs most notably the w113 sl range it was based on the much loved 2002 chassis had gull wing doors and a mid mounted engine.
Bmw turbo concept e25 1973 1973 1973 specs review bmw turbo e25.
Having spent the 1960s recovering from financial troubles the 1970s saw bmw keen to start a new chapter.
It was designed by paul bracq with gullwing doors and was based on a modified 2002 chassis with a mid mounted engine.
1972 bmw turbo concept e25.
Bob harper investigates the history of one of bmws first concept cars of the modern age the mid engined turbo that featured many systems that we all now take for granted in our bmws.
Aug 5 2017 before the legendary and personal favourite m1 there was this concept built by bmw to celebrate the 1972 summer olympics in munich well actually both of them.
Designed by paul bracq and built by michelotti in turin it had all the super car concept bells and whistles.
Only two were ever produced.
The e25 turbo concept car at bmw museum in munich germany.
The then chief designer paul bracq drew the bodywork and the turbo x1 was presented to the public in 1972 and was intended solely as a technology study and thus remained a prototype.