BMW Isetta 300
BMW made this Isetta its own. They redesigned the powerplant around a BMW one-cylinder, four-stroke, 247 cc motorcycle engine which generated 10 kW (13 hp). Although the major elements of the Italian design remained intact, BMW re-engineered much of the car, so much so that none of the parts between a BMW Isetta Moto Coupe and an Iso Isetta are interchangeable. The first BMW Isetta appeared in April 1955.
In May 1962, three years after launching the conventionally modern-looking BMW 700, BMW ceased production of Isettas. A total of 161,728 units had been built.
This well-preserved BMW Isetta 300 - also known as "Knutschkugel", literally translated into "snooching ball" - I saw recent weekend in my hometown Bad Mergentheim.
Really a beauty, isn't it!?