BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype side profile
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype side profile
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype rear three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype rear three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front three-quarter
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype engine
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype engine
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front headlight
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype front headlight
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype wheel
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype wheel
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype rear taillight
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype rear taillight
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype exhaust pipe
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype exhaust pipe
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype dashboard
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype dashboard
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype interior
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype interior
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype interior
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype interior
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype

BMW 3-cylinder Prototype interior
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype interior
  • BMW 3-cylinder Prototype



Related Articles Related Articles

The fact that the brand-new prototype three-cylinder, 1.5-liter gasoline engine from BMW finds itself in a 1 Series is almost accidental. Heidelinde Holzer, who works on powertrain predevelopment, powertrain functions and powertrain integration, told AutoblogGreen her team simply took the cars that were available. After all, when you're working on engines that are not destined to go into any vehicles in the near future – this has been a four-year project already – it's okay to test t

Share This Post
  List
I'm reporting this comment as:

Reported comments and users are reviewed by Autoblog staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week to determine whether they violate Community Guideline. Accounts are penalized for Community Guidelines violations and serious or repeated violations can lead to account termination.


    • 1 Second Ago
  • Share This Photo X