One of these people is Shogo Jimbo, director of an online motoring magazine called DRIVETHRU. With the maturation of automotive technology, he began looking for a more exciting automotive future and launched a project to explore the possibilities of adopting today’s technology in old cherished cars.
The first generation of the BMW 3 Series, known as the E21, was released in 1975 as the successor to the BMW 02 Series, which featured sporty, compact sedan models immensely popular with enthusiasts. BMW E21 models combine a lightweight body with a responsive engine and agile handling. Originally only available as 2-door sedans with round headlamps and a strongly inverted slant nose, they were pioneers in the premium compact sedan category.