BMW Nazca C2

BMW Nazca C2 ( 1991)

The BMW Nazca C2 is a prototype of the German automaker BMW from 1991. Was designed by the company Italdesign, which was founded by Giorgio Giugiaro and Aldo Mantovani.

The model C2 is the development of the BMW Nazca M12. A special feature of the Gullwing provide the magnesium rims and represents the Formula 1 tires Goodyear


The Nazca C2 had a V engine with twelve cylinders, a displacement of 4988 cc and a torque of 470 Nm. The power transmission was accomplished by a six-speed circuit which transferred its power to the rear wheels. The acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h was carried out in 4.2 seconds and the vehicle reached according to factory a top speed of 297 km / h The car had a tank volume of 70 liters and a fuel consumption (according to the factory) of 10.4 liters per 100 kilometers.

Nazca C2 Spider

Italdesign Giugiaro in 1993 drafted an open version of the Nazca C2. This had no more double doors, but normal doors to oscillating. The engine has been revised and now offering 283 kW (380 hp).