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German TV commercial from 1950s: BMW Isetta

Videos | August 10th, 2011 by Horatiu Boeriu

Have you ever wondered how car commercials looked back in the day? What about BMW TV commercials? A new video surfaces on Youtube showing the …

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Video: BMW Museum greets Audi

Videos | August 20th, 2010 by Gabriela

Our sister-blog BimmerToday has recently come across a series of funny videos starring BMW Isetta, a symbol of BMW’s Museum. The videos belong to an …

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The New iSetta?

Interesting | July 16th, 2010 by Hugo Becker

Last August (on my since abandoned blog – who doesn’t have an abandoned blog?), I wrote the following: “Look for the Isetta name to pop …

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World’s Smallest Taxi: A BMW Isetta With a Meter

Interesting | July 6th, 2009 by Horatiu Boeriu

Let’s start the week with something funny: the world’s smallest taxi….or at least that’s what the folks at Car and Driver are telling us. Apparently, …

BMW Isetta….nearly tips over on a closed course

Videos | May 13th, 2009 by Horatiu Boeriu

No, this time I am not putting the name Isetta in the same basket with all the Project i rumors, but I rather prefer to …

BMW Isetta and Fiat Topolino joining forces

Rumors | July 31st, 2008 by Horatiu Boeriu

Just a few weeks ago, we reported that BMW will partner up with Fiat and work together on developing a common platform for future models. …

Isetta to arrive in America in 2012

Rumors | April 30th, 2008 by Horatiu Boeriu

  Back in December 2007, we announced that BMW is looking into the possibility of building an electric car for the U.S market. Just a …

Isetta? A BMW electric car?

News | March 11th, 2008 by Horatiu Boeriu

  Pure speculations at this point, but….it's a possibility. A while ago, we reported that BMW might revive the Isetta and transform it in a …

BMW might be working on a small urban mobility vehicle

Others | December 3rd, 2007 by Horatiu Boeriu

I am not sure how many of you remember the BMW Isetta which was one of the most successful microcars produced in the post-WWII years. …