1980 BMW 320i: Sleek, Powerful, Exquisite
The BMW 320i exhibited nimble handling that was nothing short of extraordinary. With each turn of the wheel, drivers experienced an intuitive connection, a fusion of man and machine working in perfect harmony.
1980 Rolls-Royce Camargue: Symphony of Power and Elegance
The Camargue served as a striking example of a company's attempt to attract a new customer base, only to face disappointment in its endeavor.
1980 Porsche 911: Ferdinand Porsche’s fulfilled dream
The history of 911 began in 1963 with a misunderstanding. The prototype model appeared under the name 901 and was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show. However, as it turned out later, the rights to the numbers with 01 belonged to Peugeot, and Porsche had to change the name to 911. Still, it did not prevent the model from becoming a real sensation and impressing both buyers and testers.
1980 Chevrolet Blazer: Comfort and power
While Ford had Bronco and International Harvester - the Scout, GM was in a total sport-utility vacuum. To fill this gap, Chevrolet created the all-wheel drive Blazer, which became a worthy rival to existing SUVs.
1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur: An unsurpassed aristocrat
The Silver Spur debuted in the fall of 1980, simultaneously with another Rolls-Royce model - the Silver Spirit. It was terse to the limit, without unnecessary “bells and whistles,” however chic and advanced.
1980 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit: In the spirit of luxury
Silver Spirit was released in 1980 as a replacement for Silver Shadow. The development works on the model were even suspended in 1972. However, they resumed production later against all odds: the energy crisis could not stop the release of the brand's new luxury car.