This is the first BMW-hatchback. The two-door model was chosen to be the drudge. Not really though, because such a sloping rear could not carry significantly more load than the boot of the sedan. However, loading was easier, and it looked more fancy. Abroad, this concept was even more successful. The car was not meant to be a station-wagon, rather a station-wagon coupe. It shared in terms of available accessories with the sedan, except for the turbo.
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