One of the classiest cars of all BMW coupes, 635 CSi is a genuine ‘gentleman’s car’. Having it on your wall as beautiful art print is equal to a permanent feeling of 80`s exclusivity.
BMW 6-series E24 was also known as the ‘shark nose’ and became the last of Munich cars with such a design feature. It was the direct successor of the legendary 3.0 CSi coupe, but the focus was shifted to more luxurious look, feel, and ride.
This Bayerische Grand Tourer was designed by Paul Bracq, one of the most noted European automotive designers of his era. He will be remembered for his work for Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Citroen and BMW, where he was appointed as design chief. In this role, he penned the marvelous E24 coupe.
Initially, the car was produced by Karmann coachbuilding facilities in Germany but BMW moved production in-house at Dingolfing and Rheine because of rust issues with Karmann bodies.
BMW 635 CSi is not just great handling cruiser effortlessly eating highway miles and kilometers. It was also an excellent racing machine that won titles at European Touring Car Championship – 3 times, DTM – 1 time, as well as other touring cars titles in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and even Spa 24 Hours, as well as 24 Hours Nurburgring.
For sure we have to share with you that BMW E24 was a long distance runner in terms of production life. It was built between 1976 and 1989 for 13 years, almost twice more as it is usual for automotive product lifetime today. This should suggest that 635 CSi get old slowly and in a classy manner. We easily can agree with such statement.
Now you can own this BMW 635 CSi ‘shark nose’ hunting you as beautiful poster art print created by Petr Pereshivaylov and carefully printed by Simply Petrol. Because, you know #finecarart.