The £600,000 Bmw

BMW has paid tribute to its first ever sports car by releasing a brand new model celebrating the BMW 328 – worth more than £600,000. The 328 racing car was first seen at the 1936 Berlin Olympic games before becoming available to wealthy members of the public the following year. It became famous for dominating the international motorsport world, with drivers powering it to victories in the 1939 RAC Rally and Le Mans 24-hour race.

BMW has paid tribute to its first ever sports car by releasing a brand new model celebrating the BMW 328 - worth more than £600,000. The 328 racing car was first seen at the 1936 Berlin Olympic games before becoming available to wealthy members of the public the following year. It became famous for dominating the international motorsport world, with drivers powering it to victories in the 1939 RAC Rally and Le Mans 24-hour race.

BMW has paid tribute to its first ever sports car by releasing a brand new model celebrating the BMW 328 - worth more than £600,000. The 328 racing car was first seen at the 1936 Berlin Olympic games before becoming available to wealthy members of the public the following year. It became famous for dominating the international motorsport world, with drivers powering it to victories in the 1939 RAC Rally and Le Mans 24-hour race.

BMW has paid tribute to its first ever sports car by releasing a brand new model celebrating the BMW 328 - worth more than £600,000. The 328 racing car was first seen at the 1936 Berlin Olympic games before becoming available to wealthy members of the public the following year. It became famous for dominating the international motorsport world, with drivers powering it to victories in the 1939 RAC Rally and Le Mans 24-hour race.

BMW has paid tribute to its first ever sports car by releasing a brand new model celebrating the BMW 328 - worth more than £600,000. The 328 racing car was first seen at the 1936 Berlin Olympic games before becoming available to wealthy members of the public the following year. It became famous for dominating the international motorsport world, with drivers powering it to victories in the 1939 RAC Rally and Le Mans 24-hour race.