BMW 2002 ti Garmisch Recreation 2019 Inspiration Progress BMW – BMW is doing something unique in the car industry at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. BMW reinvented the concept car in 1970, called BMW Garmisch. The original BMW Garmisch was a concept designed by Marcello Gandini for Bertone which began at the Geneva Motor Show 1970. Gandini was responsible for legendary cars such as the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, Lancia Stratos and many others. This Garmisch does not look like Gandini’s more famous work, but in reality the car is still very cool.
Because there is almost no record of this original car so it is a very difficult task to remake this coupe concept for BMW. There were only a few photos in 1970, and of course in black and white documents. Armed with Gandini’s personal data and memory, BMW was able to recreate a car which, according to Gandini, was difficult to distinguish from the original.
BMW 2002 ti Garmisch Recreation 2019 is a sleek two-door coupe that displays a controversial interpretation of the BMW twin kidney grille. The concept also has glass-coated headlamps, C-pillar grille and honeycomb covers in the rear window.
The unique style continues in the cabin of the BMW 2002 ti Garmisch Recreation 2019 because the concept has a stylish steering wheel and a slim middle stack with vertical controls. Other important highlights include wood trim, metal accents and open glovebox to open a large mirror.
After its debut at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, the 2002 BMW ti Garmisch Recreation 2019 will be part of the collection at the BMW Museum in Munich, Germany.
BMW re-created the twin BMW 2002 ti Garmisch Recreation 2019 which is to honor Gandini as one of the most influential car designers in Italy. Marcello Gandini is one of the grandmasters of car design, and his car has always been a source of inspiration as the influence of the Bertone style on the evolution of BMW designs.
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