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BMW, founded in 1916 in Munich, the Bayerische Motoren Werke was above all a company of construction of engines of aircraft. After the German defeat of 1918, BMW had to reconvert into the production of cars, trucks and motorcycles. A wise and inspired reconversion, since today BMW is recognized as one of the most innovative automobile brands, both in terms of aesthetics and design, and its cutting-edge technologies.
It was in 1936 that BMW created the famous 328. Real racer roadster, this automobile was one of the most performing car during the pre-war with approximately fifteen international victories. Its design, by Kurt Joachimson, is an undoubted achievement with the pure and modern lines. Therefore, a modern re-interpratation of the 328 was presented to Elegance Contest at the Villa Este in May 2011, that was an evidence of the impact of this classic car.It should be noted that if the majority of the 328 were sold as a cabriolet, it’s good to know that there is a (very) rare hard top version product in… two copies.
Now BMW is positioning itself with top-of-the-range, sporty and luxurious models that have nothing to envy to those of its main competitor (and neighbor) Mercedes-Benz.
Amaury Dubois pays tribute to the emblematic Bavarian brand by capturing some subtle details, making visible what was hidden, and reinventing in a unique way the emotion, fascination and enthusiasm that the brand arouses.
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