BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke) is German automotive company formed in 1916 and initially produced aircraft engines. Currently main products of BMW are passenger cars, motorcycles and engines. Their cars are classified in a premium segment and their main rivals in the market are Audi, Mercedes and Volvo cars. BMW went down in history of motorsport with great successes in Formula 1, DTM touring cars (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters) as well as in Isle of Man TT – motorcycle time trial on public roads. Company white and blue logo refers to the Flag of Bavaria where BMW's headquarters is placed in the Munich city. BMW offers wide variety of models beginning with city cars, through coupes, sedans, station wagons and ending with SUV's and electric cars. Bavarian company's products are appreciated for high quality and durability as well as aggressive design.
Explanation of fuse symbols for BMW
E39 is fourth generation of BMW 5 series.
BMW e46 is 4th generation of BMW 3 series. E46 has been produced from 1998 to 2006. In 2002 561,249 cars has been sold worldwide.
5th generation of BMW 5 Series.
Fifth generation of compact car of the BMW 3 series
6th generation of BMW 5-series.
6th generation of BMW 3-series.
First generation of BMW X1
The second generation of BMW X1
First generation of BMW X2
First generation fo BMW X3
Second generation of X3
First generation of BMW's X3
Second generation of X5
Third generation of X5