In celebration of its 100th anniversary, BMW presents the ‘100 years of Performance’ exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum.  The exhibit showcases five of the most innovative and memorable street and racing models, including the 1970 ALPINA 2002ti, a 1979 M1 classic, the 2000 FW22 Formula 1, a 1977 IMSA 320i and a BMW 507 Roadster.

“BMW has built its reputation for performance on the track and on the streets with cars like those we’ll be displaying at The Petersen,” says Vice President of Marketing Trudy Hardy. “More importantly though, this collection of iconic BMWs demonstrates not only where we’ve been, but what the BMW brand stands for – and will continue to stand for – as we move into the next 100 years.”

The exhibit as a whole demonstrates BMW’s remarkable ability to stay at the forefront of driving and automotive technology for the last century.

“The Petersen is honored to be able to play host to these incredible cars and to have such a fantastic partner in BMW,” says Adam Langsbard for the Petersen Automotive Museum about this rare and rarely seen group of cars.

“We’re proud to be able to work with such a dedicated company and group of people.”