Inside the BMW Factories: Building the Ultimate Driving Machine

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Motorbooks, Nov 7, 2008 - Transportation - 192 pages
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BMWs Bavarian blue and white propeller logo harks back to its early twentieth-century roots as an aircraft engine manufacturer. How this venerable company weathered two world wars, moved from aircraft to motorcycles and, finally, to the cars that would provide its greatest glory is the remarkable story recounted in this book. With unique access to BMWs factories and archives, author Graham Robson gives readers an inside look at how the great German automaker works and how its methods have evolved over the decades. Visiting factories throughout Germany and in the United States he offers readers a rare, behind the scenes, nuts-and-bolts account of how BMW produces its famed models. Illustrated with rare photographs from BMWs own archives, this book constitutes an unprecedented tour of the history and culture of one of the worlds great automakers.

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Graham Robson is a distinguished and oft-published motoring historian who originally trained as an automotive engineer. His deep understanding of how cars work contributes greatly to his writing. He lives and works in England.

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