Great stories of small cars - Goggo, Lloyd and other Minis
"Who does not fear death, drives Lloyd" - who does not know it, the "plastic bomber", which was built in Bremen + was one of the most successful vehicles of the post-war period. Or the Heinkel cabin scooter, a tiny 2.55 meters tall, with room for three people. The BMW bestseller Isetta or the NSU Prince also wrote automotive history in the meagre post-war years. They were practical, likeable, sometimes funny - and always designed with great seriousness. Some were designed as "disabled vehicles", others were already heralding the era of the economic miracle, like the Goggomobil.
Broadcasting on 31st of May 2020 at 3.45pm on SWRASR/ARD
Music: POPVIRUS Library