The 1954 BMW 502 was a pivotal model year for BMWs 502 model. This was the year that the new and improved V8 engine was revealed to the public. This innovative V8 engine was showcased and revealed at the Geneva Motor Show as the engine of the new BMW 502 four-door saloon. The 1954 BMW 502 essentially utilized the same chassis and body style as the BMW 501 series except for that the BMW 502 was much more luxurious. With the vehicles new, lighter aluminum alloy V8 engine, the car was able to reach 100 horsepower and generate a top speed of 100 miles per hour, which wowed drivers of the time. At the time of its release, it was known to be the fastest car in production. Even though it was a gorgeous vehicle, its insanely high price tag leads to low sales. The car was also more ornamented with additional chrome trim and features on the interior of the vehicle as well as being standardly fitted with fog lights and individual front seats for added comfort.
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