BMW have created a special two seater roadster to celebrate their 100th anniversary. Called the BMW Rapp this concept is a tribute to the founders of BMW.
Back in 1913, on the 23rd of October Karl Rapp and Julius Auspitzer founded Karl Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH. This company later changed their name in 1917 to BMW and has been a brand of quality cars ever since.
This year the German company turns 100 and Dejan Hristov has created a special study design to celebrate this event.
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The BMW Rapp Concept is a two seat roadster that comes with a forward slanting grille, ventilated front fenders and a low windscreen. In a few words, the concept represents a modern BMW with retro touches.
“The basic idea was to embrace the history of BMW by making this concept represent everything that BMW stands for as a company”, said Dejan Hristov.