Although it seems at first sight as if the car has a three pointed star on its
bumper, it is no Mercedes-Benz. Its manufacturer has pasted over the badges of
the trunk lid to conceal of what make the vehicle is. The same goes for the
center caps of the wheels.
Incomprehensibly they have also
mounted a license plate frame with the inscription: 'BMW Niederlassung Leipzig .
Filiale Werk Leipzig' which says that the vehicle has most certainly been
registered by the official BMW branch at the BMW factory at Leipzig.
And we have two further hints that could help revealing its identity: It has
round logos and looks like a 1-series convertible. Those who unravel the mystery
about this thing can win nothing but are pretty clever riddlers! Seriously, we
don't know why BMW concealed the logos of this car which we've shot on the way
back home from shopping!
It may not be on sale yet however lots of magazines have already presented it
completely undisguised and everybody knows how a 1-series looks like! Was it just
scratch protection? The protective film used in the factory, at least, is very
different to this black ugly tape! Are they joking with us?
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