BMW 2002 Turbo 1974 Design Interior Exterior Car

BMW 2002 Turbo 1974 Design Interior Exterior Car – The BMW 2002 Turbo is a superb sample of what can happen when good fortune happens to a few Germans who happen to work at BMW. The BMW 2002 owes its presence to an evening in 1967 when Helmut Werner Bönsch (BMW’s chief of item arranging) and Alex von Falkenhausen (creator of the M10 motor) met in the BMW carport whilst getting their custom BMW 1600-2s adjusted.

The two men understood that they’d both autonomously contracted architects to introduce 2 liter motors in their lightweight 1600-2 roadsters, making an enthusiastic minimal day by day driver that they understood may have more extensive bid. They united and displayed a proposition to the BMW governing body to make a 2 liter form of the minimal 1600-2, they got the official stamp of endorsement and by 1968, the new BMW 2002 was in full generation.

The 2002 rapidly turned into a well known race auto, it won its class at the 1970 Nurburgring 24-hour and assumed first position in incalculable revitalizes, slope climbs and beginner occasions. Indeed, even today more than 40 years after the fact, the minimal 2002 is as yet winning vintage races effortlessly.

By 1971 BMW chose to give the little auto that-could another lease on existence with a KKK turbocharger – expanding power from 100/120hp to 170hp, the main drawback was that they presented it just before the Oil Crisis which brought about lower interest, so they just made 1,672 Turbos.

body type 4/5 seater sedan/saloon
number of doors 2
Dimensions & Weights
mm inches
wheelbase 2500 98.4
track/tread (front) 1375 54.1
track/tread (rear) 1362 53.6
length 4220 166.1
width 1620 63.8
height 1410 55.5
length:wheelbase ratio 1.69
kerb weight 1060 kg 2337 lb
fuel tank capacity 70.5 litres 15.5 UK Gal 18.6 US Gal
engine type turbocharged petrol
engine manufacturer BMW
cylinders Straight 4
capacity 2 litre
1991 cc
(121.498 cu in)
bore × stroke 89 × 80 mm
3.5 × 3.15 in
bore/stroke ratio 1.11
single overhead camshaft (SOHC)
2 valves per cylinder
8 valves in total
maximum power output
169 PS (167 bhp) (125 kW)
at 5800 rpm
specific output
83.9 bhp/litre
1.37 bhp/cu in
maximum torque
240 Nm (177 ft·lb) (24.5 kgm)
at 4000 rpm
specific torque
120.54 Nm/litre
1.46 ft·lb/cu3
sump wet sumped
compression ratio 6.9:1
fuel system Kugelfischer PL 04 fuel injection
bmep (brake mean effective pressure) 1514.8 kPa (219.7 psi)
engine coolant Water
unitary capacity 497.75 cc
aspiration Turbo
compressor 1 KKK turbo
intercooler None
catalytic converter N
acceleration 0-60mph 7.3 s
standing kilometre 30.4 s
maximum speed 209 km/h (130 mph)
power-to-weight ratio 159.74 PS/g
117.48 kW/g
157.55 bhp/ton
0.07 bhp/lb
weight-to-power ratio 8.51 kg/kW
14.22 lb/bhp
engine position front
engine layout longitudinal
drive wheels rear wheel drive
torque split N/A
steering worm & roller
front suspension I.CS.LW.ARB.
rear suspension I.STA.CS.ARB.
wheel size front 5.5J x 13
wheel size rear 5.5J x 13
tyres front 185/70 VR 13
tyres rear 185/70 VR 13
brakes f/r VeDi/Di-S
front brake diameter 256 mm
rear brake diameter 250 mm
gearbox 4 speed manual
top gear ratio 1
final drive ratio 3.36

BMW 2002 Turbo 1974 Design Interior Exterior Car

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