Baby bears are cute I have to do at least one cuddly animal story.
Inside Audi Love this ad, but maybe my sense of scale is ruining it a bit. I would imagine that the Audi Sport Quattro and the NSU Prinz should be in there, as well as the Auto Union racer from before the war. At this screen size, I wonder if the ones in the middle are meant to represent these models.
1972 Munich Olympics: Official Results 1
München 1972 Quite an interesting design. The pictograms have a sense of aggression about them, in my view, feeling more angular. They evolved to be somewhat warmer in later years. Univers works well but the absence of a weight change makes the cover look less contemporary to me. Meanwhile, linguistically, it’s interesting the order is French–English–German, which perhaps showed that French was still an international language at this point. Go around the UN, it still is, but it’s certainly nowhere nearly as widely taught today as it was in the 1970s.
2000TI (Neue Klasse) Brochure Cover
A 2000TI model, similar to the 1800TI, was built with twin Solex side-draft carburetors with 120 hp (89 kW).
However, the 2000TI retained the ‘1800’ taillights and headlights. A more luxurious 2000tilux featured the sporty TI engine, a wood dashboard, and optional leather seats. In a 1967 test, Road & Track felt that the 2000 sedan was “the best performing 2-liter sedan in today’s market and the best handling and best riding as well.” The ‘tilux produced 135 hp (101 kW) and 123 lb·ft (167 N·m) gross. (Source)
BMW Neue Klasse There’s something very cool about this brochure cover that modern ones lack—the simplicity, perhaps? One image, and it says it all.