by R.M. Clarke
The 2002 began as the brainchild of Max Hoffmann who wanted a car to follow up the 1600 in the USA. Because of emission regulations the logical choice was the 2-litre engine from the larger saloons. The car was announced in 1968 and was so popular that it sold more than 300,000 examples over the seven years of its production. There were a range of derivatives and when the last 2002 was produced in 1975 the grand total was just under 418,000.
This is a collection of road tests, specification and technical data, comparison and drivers' reports and buying secondhand. Models included are: 2002, 2002 Auto, 2002Ti, 2002 Alpina, 2002Tii, 2002 Turbo, 2002 Cabrio, 2002S, 2002 Touring.
Brooklands Books Ltd "Road Test" books provide a wide range and collection of road tests, comparison tests, new model introductions, long term tests, and other articles taken from the world's leading motoring magazines. The Gold Portfolio series have 172 - 180 pages with approximately 300 illustrations.
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