The 2002 Turbo was the first production turbocharged car in Europe and helped launch what would become BMW's M performance tag. BMW took the quick-handling 2002 chassis and added a KKK turbocharger, bumping horsepower up 40 to 170 and making it an exceptionally fast coupe for its day, second only to the then-current Porsche 911. The 2002 Turbo pictured here is a UK original, having been registered there in 1975. Only 1,672 were built, and only 10 are known to remain on the road in England. The car received a restoration in the early 90s and has been in Carcoon storage for the last 17 years. Now back on the road and ready for a new owner, this 2002 Turbo is one of the best examples available.