It was produced from1956 to 1959. It was a limited version, and just about 415 were constructed and resulted in significant costs for BMW. It was 2+2 grand tourer available as convertible and coupe. It was the first convertible with an electrical roof. It was based on 502 but a more extended version with drum brakes and left-hand drive. It was with 3.2 liters V8 engine from 502, with two carburetors and only offered with four-speed manual transmission. BMW 503 is the first sports coupe after the WW2 for the brand with a top speed of approximately 185 km per hour. Its successor is the BMW 3200 CS.
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