BMW Isetta 1950 scale 1:24. by Ed-sept7.

BMW Isetta 1950


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    The BMW Isetta is a microcar originally produced in the 1950s and 1960s. It is one of BMW's most iconic and recognizable vehicles. Here are some features and details of the BMW Isetta:

    Design: The BMW Isetta has a striking design with a single door at the front that opens forward. It is a small car with a compact body and a characteristic appearance.

    Production history: The Isetta was originally developed by the Italian company Iso SpA. BMW acquired the rights to produce the Isetta in Germany and introduced the model as the BMW Isetta in 1955. It was produced until 1962.

    Engine: The early models of the Isetta were powered by a single-cylinder petrol engine with a displacement of 247 cc and an output of approximately 13 hp. Later variants were also introduced with larger engines, including a single-cylinder with 298 cc and a two-cylinder with 582 cc.

    Performance: Due to its small size and low power, the Isetta's performance was modest. The top speed of the early models was around 85 km/h, while later variants were slightly faster.

    Interior: The interior of the Isetta was compact and functional. It had a single front seat and a small steering wheel. Some models also had a folding rear seat to provide additional passenger space.

    Popularity and Legacy: The BMW Isetta became popular for its unique design and efficient use of space. It was especially appreciated as a city car and was nicknamed the "bubble car". Today, the Isetta is considered a classic and is often seen at automotive events and museums.

    It is worth noting that there were several variants and versions of the BMW Isetta, and some details may vary depending on the production year and the specific market for which they were produced.

    Materials and methods

    Printer: Creality Ender2pro
    speed: 40mm/s
    time: about 10 hours
    Rafts: Yes
    Supports: Yes
    Resolution: Dynamic
    Infill: 30% line
    Filament brand: 195
    Filament material: PLA



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