The classic 1960s BMW 2002 gets a new spicy look thanks to Spanish design and engineering firm Vizualtech. The firm specializing in the construction of virtual 3D models of boats and cars and this time is has virtually reconstructed the classic 1960s BMW 2002.

The original model was held in high esteem by car enthusiasts worldwide and the new renderings are expected to give the sedan a breath of fresh air and new life. The 2002 model was the first BMW that got a turbo engine producing 170 horsepower—remember the 2002 Turbo which was shown during the 1973 Frankfurt Motor Show?

The Vizualtech BMW 2002 3D rendering is a stunning piece of art. The sedan caught the interest of car enthusiasts worldwide some of whom have labeled it as the Golf GTI of the 1960s. The BMW 2002 model has a 2.0-Liter four-cylinder engine with 120 to 170 horsepower.

These cars are classic and only the filthy rich can afford them now if they are still around.