The BMW Headquarters consist of two main buildings, one of them is designed as a huge 4-cylinder engine of BMW while the other building represents the shape of a racing car’s tire.
The BMW Tower is known as one of the most remarkable landmarks in Munich and is declared as a protected historical building in 1999.
It is located near the Olympic park in Munich, and it was completed in 1972 when Munich Summer Olympic Games 1972 were just about to start.
Building also has BMW museum where one can find a brief history of BMW’s development including vehicles, aircraft and other products of BMW. The museum is visited by about 250,000 million people annually.
Because of its interestingly unique design, the building is nicknamed as BMW four-cylinder and BMW Hochhaus.