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In 92 years of business, the creators of "The Ultimate Driving Machine" have produced only one mid-engined supercar. That was the M1, designed by the legendary Giorgetto Giugiaro and developed together with Lamborghini. This year, BMW celebrates the 30th anniversary of the M1, and to that end is planning a number of events to be held throughout the year to commemorate the occasion. Among them will be a special exhibition organized for this year's Concorso d'Eleganza at Villa d'Este on the shores of 's Lake Como, where BMW will showcase a collection of both roadgoing and racing M1s, of which a little over 450 were made. Retrospectives are fun, but we're looking forward to the M1's successor even more.

[Source: BMW]

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