The BMW 321 was manufactured in between the years 1938-1941 and again its production started in the year 1945 and ended in the year 1950.
The BMW 321 was manufactured as a successor of BMW 320 and the BMW 321 was manufactured in both two door cabriolet and two door sedan. The BMW 321 featured the body of BMW 326 and the only changes compared to BMW 326 are the BMW 321 featured modified suspensions and bumpers.
The BMW 321 was huge success during its period where 7,851 units have been manufactured in between the years 1938-1941 and 8,996 units have been manufactured in between the years 1945-1950.
The BMW 321 featured Straight-6 OHV engine with dual Solex carburetors and four speed manual gearbox. The capacity of the engine is 1971 cc, it delivered an output power of 45 bhp and the top speed is about 71 mph.
Vehicle Type: 2-door salon and cabriolet
Configuration: Front Engine
Engine: Straight-6 OHV
Capacity: 1971 cc
Power: 45 bhp
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Wheelbase: 68.9 inches
Length: 177.2 inches
Width: 60.6 inches
Height: 62.2 inches
Weight: 2205 lbs