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1. One of the first things BMW did (before they were even really BMW) was build the Red Baron's favorite airplane engines.
During WWI, there was a massive shortage of cutting edge airplane engines. So a little company called Rapp Motor merged with Otto Werke, an airplane maker just up the street in Munich, combining forces to satisfy the war effort's needs. Otto Werke was run by the son of the guy who invented four cycle engines, which made just about every fuel-efficient car in history even possible. That same technology went directly into the engine that legendary fighter pilot the Red Baron called the greatest engine in the war.
2. Their four cylinder engine heritage was so important that in the 1960s they designed their headquarters to look like one.
BMW's world headquarters were designed by an Austrian architecture professor to resemble a four cylinder engine, which is both a little weird and very cool at the same time, and kinda makes you wish every car manufacturer's HQ was shaped like an engine.
3. Those early airplane engines broke every record out there.
This BMW biplane hit 32,000 feet in 1919. It was a record back then, and that's roughly the altitude you cruise at today while you're cursing your decision to fly Spirit Airlines.
4. Everyone thinks that the iconic logo is of a spinning airplane propeller. They're wrong.
Contrary to popular belief, the logo never graced a propeller until the marketing team put it there in 1929 to promote the company's airplane heritage.
5. The logo's really an homage to Rapp Motor and Bavaria.
That blue and white?Yep,those are the national colors of the German state of Bavaria.Not saying that they don't look killer when affixed to the nose cone of a propeller, but that's not how they started out.
6. The first car BMW produced only had 15 hp and only existed because of the Treaty of Versailles.
After getting royally pwned in WWI, the Treaty of Versailles mandated that German companies were banned from producing warplanes and warplane engines, because duh. With their main source of cash flow decimated, they sought to diversify. So they came up with this little guy, the Dixi 3/15.It was a hit.
7. Here's the shocker though:that first BMW was actually an English made Austin.
And an American Bantam. And a Japanese Datsun (later Nissan). Austin designed and built the chassis to be used under license around the world, and several companies jumped at the chance to avoid the inherent development costs associated the design process.That being said, BMW's first dealership in Berlin was much, much nicer than their Sino-Euro-American competitors.
8. They also built the world's fastest motorcycle in 1937.It was a death trap and you had to wear that weird helmet.
This awesome contraption was aerodynamically slick, supercharged, and in 1937(while most of the world was still on dirt roads) it was capable of hitting 173.7 mph.But,since the bodywork fully covered the rider, he was unable to put his legs down when he eventually came to a stop.Go big or go home.