Synopsis by Alice Duncan
Praised by Baron von Richthofen (also known as "the Red Baron"), Bavarian Motor Works of Munich, Germany, earned a reputation for fine engineering through building powerful aircraft engines. The tradition of fine craftsmanship was later carried through the company's production of motorcycles, sports cars, and the fuel-efficient luxury cars that many people think of when they hear the BMW name today. This 35-minute documentary provides intriguing history and background on these finely crafted cars. The presentation includes intriguing footage of classic automobiles, as well as interviews with individuals who played important parts in the company's development.
development, engineering, luxury, racing, car