BMW World ( Welt )

Video made at BMW World and edited by my dear Otalia 

Hello my dears! Today is starting a new week and I wanted to post something a little bit different from the usual. On saturday I wanted to take some photos of a new outfit but by the end of the day we went to visit the BMW World in Munich, so I decided to make a post with this wonderful place of BMW cars. I also thought that it will be better to put once in a while something informative than the regular posts.
Here’s some information about BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke – English: Bavarian Motor Works) is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1917. BMW is headquartered in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It also owns and produces the Mini marque, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. BMW produces motorcycles under BMW Motorrad and Husqvarna brands. In 2010, the BMW group produced 1,481,253 automobiles and 112,271 motorcycles across all its brands. BMW was established as a business entity following a restructuring of the Rapp Motorenwerke aircraft manufacturing firm in 1917. After the end of World War I in 1918, 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 1928–29. In June 2012, BMW was listed as the #1 most reputable company in the world by Forbes.com . Rankings are based upon aspects such as “people’s willingness to buy, recommend, work for, and invest in a company is driven 60% by their perceptions of the company and only 40% by their perceptions of their products.”
Motorcycles
BMW began building motorcycle engines and then motorcycles after World War I. Its motorcycle brand is now known as BMW Motorrad. Their first successful motorcycle, after the failed Helios and Flink, was the “R32” in 1923. This had a “boxer” twin engine, in which a cylinder projects into the air-flow from each side of the machine. Apart from their single-cylinder models (basically to the same pattern), all their motorcycles used this distinctive layout until the early 1980s. Many BMWs are still produced in this layout, which is designated the R Series.
I was lucky to see a BMW Motorcycle Show (you can see a small part of it in the video bellow) and also to find out some new things about cars!
Have a delightful beginning of the week! Muah!

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