BMW began to produce a sporty 2-door version of the "New Class" Sedans in 1966.
The 1600-2 was released that year. It was the first of the 114 Sedans, the line that
led to the success of BMW in the US. In 1967, BMW added the twin-carb 1600ti and Baur
converted it to a cabriolet, the 1602 Convertible. In 1968, a 2.0-L version, the 2002
was added while the 2002ti replaced the 1600ti. In 1971, the 1600-2 became the 1602
and a 1.8-L 2002, the 1802, was added. The fuel-injected 2002tii was also added to
the line and Baur replaced the 1602 Convertible with the 2002 Convertible. In 1975, a 1.6-L 2002, the 1502, was added. Most models ended production in 1975 and were replaced by the
BMW E21 (3 Series), while the 1502 and 2002 lasted up to 1976. Our products faithfully reproduce the interiors of each of these distinctive cars.