Hartge

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Hartge
Public
Industry Automotive
Founded 1971
Headquarters Merzig, Germany
Key people
Herbert Hartge
Products Automobiles
Website www.hartge.de

Hartge is a third party car tuning company specializing in BMW, MINI and Range Rover cars. Founded in 1971 in Merzig, Germany, the company moved to its current location in Beckingen in 1974. The company is known for putting larger, more powerful factory BMW engines in smaller cars, such as engines from the 5 Series into the smaller 3 Series. In 1985 Hartge was granted manufacturer's status in Germany.[1] All vehicles built from then on received a Hartge Motorsport VIN plate in place on the BMW VIN plate.

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  1. ^ "Über Hartge" [About Hartge]. sport auto (in German). Motor Presse Stuttgart GmbH & Co. KG. Retrieved 2014-08-16.