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Thursday, May 21, 2020

The BMW NAZCA supercar series by Italdesign back in the 1990s

One of the most interesting concept cars that never built into reality in the 1990s was an Italdesign's supercar design study series named BMW Nazca.
Three BMW Nazca supercar models were built by Italdesign in the 1990s, from left to right 1992 Nazca C2 Coupe, 1993 Nazca C2 Spider and 1991 BMW Nazca M12(Picture from:  https://bit.ly/3bL414m )
That was the work of Giorgetto Giugiaro from the Italdesain who is also responsible for the building of the BMW M1 in the 1970s. Yes, Giugiaro designed the modern style of the first BMW supercar in 1978, so that the Nazca model series is truly a natural evolution.
The BMW Nazca M12 was the first model built by Italdesign in the BMW Nazca supercar design series and rolled out in 1991. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2AGQ0I6)
Both of these cars together highlight BMW's special characteristics through its twin-kidney grille that is characterized, simple, and also applied the mid-engine layout.
The BMW Nazca C2 Coupe was the second model built by Italdesign in the BMW Nazca supercar design series and rolled out in 1992. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2AK1b2R)
Only three units have been known, starting with the Nazca M12 which was launched in 1991 and followed by a high-core version, the Nazca C2 Coupe in 1992, and the open-top model called the Nazca C2 Spider in 1993, which Italdesign described as "for leisure use. "
The rear view of BMW Nazca C2 Coupe(Picture from:  https://bit.ly/2AK1b2R)
The latest news about this supercar series says that there is a BMW Nazca concept car that was sold at dealers in the Czech Republic at a price of around € 725 thousand in 2011. 
The BMW Nazca C2 Spider is the third model built by Italdesign, in the BMW Nazca supercar design series, launched in 1993 and described as "for leisure use." (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2AK1b2R )
The car is the Nazca M12, which was launched in 1991 featuring an Alpine-tuned 5.7-liter V12 engine capable of powering up to 379 horsepower coupled with a five-speed transmission system. With its numerous great power, this car can be speeding up to its top speed of 326 kph.
In our minds, the Nazca C2 made a lasting impression for its role, starring in the 'Need for Speed III' racing simulation game. What is the car like? Do you remember? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROADANDTRACK ] | SUPERCARS.NET | MOTOR1
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