The BMW 2002 ETCC Coupe 1972 is a one-of-a-kind car that stands out in any collection. Its rare lines and iconic history give it a unique place in automotive history. First introduced in 1972, the BMW 2002 ETCC Coupe was the first of its kind to participate in Group 5 European Touring Car Championship racing. Its lightweight frame and aerodynamic design would make it a formidable opponent on the track. The car is powered by a 2.0L four-cylinder engine, capable of producing up to 184 horsepower and a top speed of 288 kilometers per hour. Its two-door coupe body is finished in a pristine Tangerine Orange paint job, with a black and gold stripe running along its sides, topped by a large rear spoiler that adds a sporty touch. On the inside, the 2002 ETCC Coupe is equipped with its signature Scheel racing seats, manual transmission, and a digital tachometer. Its original black dashboard and trim offer a luxurious interior. A vintage radio, modern roll cage, and bucket-style reclining seats complete the cockpit, making it a comfortable and stylish ride. The car sits on racing-style alloy wheels and tyres to offer maximum grip on the track. Its unique combination of luxury and performance give it a timeless appeal that will never go out of style.
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