Recently BMW celebrated its 100th birthday, now the brand shows the best moments in the Munich-based BMW Museum in the special exhibition "100 masterpieces" of their history on the basis of 100 exhibits.
Through a "time tunnel", the visitor enters the Museum dish and gained an overview of the last 100 years of time and mobility history, illustrated by posters of the respective company phase. The first exhibits follow on this journey. The bulk of the exhibition is chronologically organized, five "platforms" are each available for a certain era.
The establishment of BMW in 1916 war represents the first masterpiece. At the time, BMW produced aircraft engines from 1923 then even motorbikes. Five years later, so in 1928, the first car left the factory. There are over 30 vehicles such as the BMW 328 (1936), the legendary Roadster 507 (1955) or the city Isetta (1955) to see. But also design studies like the Gina (2008) with its famous outer skin made of flexible fabric can be found among the exhibits. In addition, Themenboards inform milestones such as the introduction of the BMW health (1936) or EfficientDynamics (2007). Also honoured are the most important Motorsport successes, such as winning the rally Paris-Dakar (1981). Interesting stories, small exhibits, film, photographs and illustrations round out the exhibition.
The exhibition "100 masterpieces. "BMW Group 100 years of innovation and entrepreneurial courage" runs until 30 September 2017 at the BMW Museum. The Museum from Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays from 10:00 until 18:00 is open. The entrance fee is 10 euro. (sl)