Nine BMW Art Cars In A Remarkable Exhibition

More than high-performing cars, BMW boasts of its artistic touch on its creations. The German luxury brand has been showcasing art cars since 1975. Over the years, BMW officially debuted nineteen art cars. Starting from May 7 to June 14, nine BMW art cars are set to form a remarkable exhibition in Luxembourg.


The BMW Group Belux and Esch2022 joined hands for this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition known as the “9 out of 19”. With the support from the Esch-Sur-Alzette authorities in southwest Luxembourg, the exhibition will indeed roll without issues. Fans and art enthusiasts are in for a treat to see all nine art cars at the commune where the Metzeschmelz – Usine d’Esch Schifflange (AES) will host the exhibition.

BMW art cars all began with the masterpiece of the American sculptor, Alexander Calder. He designed the 3.0 CSL in 1975. This striking coupe will join the remarkable exhibition on May 7. The official opening is on May 6 with Hervé Pulain, the founder of the Art Cars project.

Along with the 3.0 CSL are eight other stunning cars, including the BMW 320 by Roy Lichtenstein, BMW M1 by Andy Warhol, and BMW 635 CSi by Robert Rauschenberg. The BMW M3 by Ken Done, Cesar Manrique’s BMW 730i, and Esther Mahlangu’s BMW 525i will also be there. Sandro Chia’s BMW M3 GTR and Jeff Koons’ BMW M3 GT2 will complete the nine art cars for the exhibition.


The “BMW Art Cars 9 out 19” exhibition is a segment of the 50 years of M celebrations. BMW will also celebrate this milestone with new creations such as the M4 CSL, M2, M3 Touring, and XM. The XM is expected to serve as the first-ever committed M after the legendary M1 of the 1970s and 1980s.

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