BMW Commercials and Officials

by roshi on April 28, 2009

in autos

bmw logoBayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW), (English: Bavarian Motor Works) is a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturing company. Founded in 1916, it is known for its performance and luxury vehicles. It owns and produces the MINI brand, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. After World War I, BMW was forced to cease aircraft (engine) production by the terms of the Versailles Armistice Treaty. The company consequently shifted to motorcycle production in 1923 once the restrictions of the treaty started to be lifted, followed by automobiles in 1928.

The circular blue and white BMW logo or roundel is often alleged to portray the movement of an airplane propeller, to signify the white blades cutting through the blue sky – an interpretation that BMW adopted for convenience in 1929, which was actually twelve years after the roundel was created. In fact, the emblem evolved from the circular Rapp Motorenwerke company logo, from which the BMW company grew. The Rapp logo was combined with the blue and white colors of the flag of Bavaria to produce the BMW roundel so familiar today.

Okay now lets have some glance at BMW famous commercials and ads.

BMW 5 Series

BMW – Fastest Saleeon Car

BMW 7 – Are You Prepared

BMW Drifting – Television Commercial

Large-scale production models

BMW 1 Series
BMW 3 Series
BMW 5 Series
BMW 6 Series
BMW 7 Series
BMW X3
BMW X5
BMW X6
BMW Z4
BMW M
BMW M3
BMW M5
BMW M6
BMW Z4 M (BMW M Coupe and BMW M Roadster)

BMW Classics

BMW 319/1 – built in 1935
BMW 3/15 “Dixi”
1936 BMW Model 319 4-Window Cabriolet
1958 BMW Model 507 Roadster

BMW made many cars over the years which have had great impact on the world of motoring.

2002
3.0 CSL
M1
M3
M5
M6 (e24) First production line M car. Supercoupe capable of over 150 mph (240 km/h)
M Roadster
Dixi, 3/20, 303, 309, 315, 319, 320, 321, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 335
Isetta, 600, 700
501, 502, 503, 507
3200 CS, 2000 CS, 2002 Turbo
New Sixes (2500/2800/Bavaria/2.5/2.8/3.0/3.3): Predecessor to today’s 7 Series
New Class (1500/1502/1600/1800/1802/2000/2002): Predecessor to the 3 Series

BMW Series generations

BMW E3 – (1968 – 1977)
2.5, 2.8, 3.0, 3.3 “New Six” sedans
BMW E9 – (1969 – 1975) 2800CS, 3.0CS, 3.0CSL “New Six” Coupés
BMW E12 – (1974 – 1981) 5 Series
BMW E21 – (1976 – 1983) 3 Series
BMW E23 – (1977 – 1986) 7 Series
BMW E24 – (1976 – 1989) 6 Series
BMW E26 – (1978 – 1981) M1
BMW E28 – (1981 – 1987) 5 Series
BMW E30 – (1984 – 1991) 3 Series (1982-1983 E30 sold in Europe)
BMW E31 – (1989 – 1997) 8 Series
BMW E32 – (1986 – 1994) 7 Series
BMW E34 – (1988 – 1995) 5 Series
BMW E36 – (1992 – 1999) 3 Series
BMW E36/5 – (1995 – 1998) 3 Series Compact (US market known as “318ti”)
BMW E36/7 – (1996-2002) Z3 Series Roadster
BMW E36/8 – (1998-2002) Z3 Series Coupé
BMW E38 – (1994 – 2001) 7 Series
BMW E38/2 – (1994 – 2001) 7 Series long wheelbase
BMW E38/3 – (1998 – 2001) 7 Series Protection
BMW E39 – (1995 – 2003) 5 Series
BMW E46/5 – (2000 – 2004) 3 Series Compact
BMW E46/4 – (1998 – 2005) 3 Series Sedan
BMW E46/3 – (1999 – 2005) 3 Series Touring/Sports Wagon
BMW E46/2 – (1999 – 2006) 3 Series Coupé
BMW E46/C – (1999 – 2006) 3 Series Convertible
BMW E52 – (2000 – 2003) Z8
BMW E53 – (2000 – 2006) X5
BMW E60 – (2004 – present) 5 Series
BMW E61 – (2004 – 2007) 5 Series Touring/Sports Wagon
BMW E63 – (2004 – present) 6 Series Coupé
BMW E64 – (2004 – present) 6 Series convertible
BMW E65 – (2001 – 2007) 7 Series short wheelbase
BMW E66 – (2001 – 2007) 7 Series long wheelbase
BMW E67 – (2001 – 2007) 7 Series Protection
BMW E68 – (2005 – 2007) Hydrogen 7
BMW E70 – (2007-present) X5
BMW E71 – (2008) X6
BMW E81 – (2007-present) 1 Series (3-door)
BMW E82 – (2007-present) 1 Series Coupé
BMW E83 – (2004 – present) X3
BMW E85 – (2003 – present) Z4
BMW E86 – (2006 – present) Z4 Coupé
BMW E87 – (2004 – present) 1 Series (5-door)
BMW E88 – (2008) 1 Series Convertible
BMW E89 – (2009) Z4
BMW E90 – (2005 – present) 3 Series
BMW E91 – (2005 – present) 3 Series Touring/Sports Wagon
BMW E92 – (2006 – present) 3 Series Coupé
BMW E93 – (2007 – present) 3 Series Convertible
BMW F01 – (2008) 7 Series
BMW F02 – (2009) 7 Series long wheelbase

BMW in Pictures

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BMW M5

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BMW M6

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More to Read

BMW website
BMW at wikipwdia
BMW USA
BMW UK
BMW Yahoo Autos

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