Car of the week #2: The BMW 2002 gets serious.

Car of the week #2: The BMW 2002 gets serious.

BMW introduced the two-litre 2002 in 1968, two years after introducing the 1602 with a 1.6-litre motor in the same two-door body. The 2002 came about because two of the […]

 

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