The 1956 BMW Isetta was the second model year of the Isetta series produced by BMW. Unlike with the 1955 BMW Isetta 250, the government in Germany decided to make important changes. They decided that they would no longer give licenses to these vehicles and they would only give the licenses to small motorcycles. This change prompted BMW to make a change of its own to the BMW Isetta microcars.
In October of 1956, the Isetta MotoCoupe Deluxe was released. It had features such as a sliding-glass window, which replaced the famous bubble windows on the sides of the vehicle. Car engineers had also enlarged the single cylinder and heightened the compression ratio to 7:1. The top-speed stayed consistent as 53 miles per hour.
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