Cars Of Bavaria
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DescriptionThe classic puzzle game based on German classic sports cars from Bavaria.
Play with puzzles of the 3-Series, 5-Series and 6-Series - E36's, E46's and E34’s, some of the finest machines to come out of Germany.
Details of the cars featured:
The E36 BMW was third iteration of the three series launched in 1990 as a successor to the E30. Made in both Munich, Germany and Cairo, Egypt, this model was produced for almost 10 years before being replaced by the E46. The range started at the 316i with the four-cylinder 1600 developing 99 hp right the way up to the M3 powered by the impressive 3.2 liter straight six with VANOS variable valve timing developing 317 hp. 1.7 liter and 2.5 liter turbo diesels were also offered.
The car was available in almost every form, saloon, coupe, convertible, touring (estate ), and compact. The 318ti was manufactured for the US market. Following the E36 was the E46, this car was incredibly successful with over half a million units sold worldwide in 2002.
The M3 had a revised, larger and more powerful engine and was released in 2001 in coupe and convertible only. This car developed 343 bhp. A lightweight version, the CSL was available as a limited edition run of 1400 cars in 2004. This was only released in Europe. The CSL was 110 kg lighter than the M3 due to Formula One technology and the removal of various luxuries. The roof was constructed from carbon fiber reinforced plastic to lower the center of gravity of the car. The engine was modified with a carbon fiber air intake, revised camshaft timing, a lightweight exhaust manifold, and thinner exhaust pipe work.
After being incredibly successful the E46 was replaced by the E 90 in 2005. The E34 BMW was a classically styled car. This car replaced the E28 and used the M20, M30, M50 and S38 in-line six cylinder engines and the M60 V8. This gave buyers an infinite choice of models such as the 518i, 520i, 525i, 530i, 535i, and the 540i. Turbo diesels were also sold in the form of the 524td and the 525tds.
At the top of the range an M5 also followed with a 3.8 liter 24 valve straight six developing 335 hp. A four-wheel drive version was also produced known as the 525iX.
We have also dedicated puzzles to the older models, a 1600 of the 1960s is shown powered by the four-cylinder M10 engine. We are also pleased to to have found a wonderful E24 6-Series, the stunning successor to the E9 coupe. With 3.4 liter the 635 CSI could achieve a top speed of 138 miles an hour.
With thirteen puzzles and five levels of difficulty, the hard ones are very hard indeed. Included are tools to help when you get stuck.