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BMW 635 Pictures

BMW 635 Pictures

BMW 635 Pictures

BMW 635 Pictures

Unlike any other automobiles in the world, the BMW sport coupes have monumental performance and style with the added luxury of design and technology. Showcased at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1976, the 6 Series E24 sport coupes were the successor to the E9 3.0 CSi coupe. The coupe tradition in the early and mid seventies had been so widely successful, that BMW decided the era of 1965-75 coupes needed a successor. Transferring the tradition and image created by BMW with beautiful models like the 2000 C/CS and the 3.0-3.5 CS/CSi/CSL coupes, the new generation of coupes needed timelessly capture this same image and effect.

Convinced that the following generation of coupes for the late seventies and eighties needed to be a six cylinder, high-tech, efficient yet luxurious vehicle, the image had to be uniquely its own. Able to withstand both the compulsory and extensive crash tests necessary for legislations in other countries, the body of the newest coupe had to be designed strong enough. Considered to be a worthy successor, the E24 went through fairly few body changes during its production run.

A total of 86,000 models of the E24 were produced during its production run that lasted until April 6, 1989. Earliest examples of the E24 were built by Karmann until 1977 when the assembly of the E24 was brought to BMW. The E24 initial models were the 630 CS which had a 2986cc six-cylinder engine with a Solex 4A1 carburetor capable of 184bhp at 5800 rpm and the 633 CSi with a 3210cc six-cylinder fuel injected engine that was capable of producing 200 bhp at 5500 rpm. The 630CS is considered a very rare model, and can be noticed easily due to its very small rear bumper. In the US, the 633 CSi was dubbed the 630 CSi


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