It is a small car with a rear engine produced between 1959 and 1965 and the first one with a monocoque structure. It helped the company avoid bankruptcy. It was available as a two-door convertible, saloon, and coupe with four-speed manual transmission. It was class C mostly produced as Saloon. It was criticized about the small space inside. It was with a rear flat-twin engine, leading arm and semi-trailing arm suspension at the front and the rear. The engine was with 30hp and single Solex 34PCI carburetor. In 1960 was offered S model with 40hp, anti-roll bar and semi-automatic transmission as an option. It was also called BMW LS. About 190 000 were sold before the end of production.
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