Thursday, 19 May 2011

BMW 750

The new BMW 7 Series has hit the market in four unique design platforms namely, E68 that was a highly powered hydrogen version, E67 that was a high security version, E66 with extended wheel base, and standard wheel base E65 version. BMW has dropped the manual transmissions across the board, and all latest models work with automatic transmissions.
BMW released 7-series cars in 2007 model year featuring small modifications in both the regions of exterior and interior region. In April 2009, the new model 760Li was formally publicized by the BMW. The car is fully loaded with the dual turbo charged V12 engine that gives out 544 horsepower and permits the vehicle to speed up to 62 mph in only 4.6 seconds!
Coming to the E23 version, it is provided with only 4- speed automatic transmission. In the era of 1994-2001, the model E38 was released with 5-speed manual transmission. The models in the European markets were 7401, 740d, 730d, 725tds, 725tds, and the 750i that generated 240 kilo watts of power.
The F02 and the F01 versions were launched in January 2009 in the form of 5th generation models as a substitution to the 7-series versions belonging to 4th generation. These cars are paired with 6- speed ZF automatic transmission.
The 2010 BMW 7-series cars are equipped with a 3.0 liter 6- cylinder engine finished with the aluminum material and churn out 183 kilo watts of power, and torque of 400 lb ft at 1,750 rotations per minute.
To upgrade the handling efficiency of the car, the twin wishbone replaces the front suspension McPherson strut. The latest version is offered with the combination of iDrive system and several other advanced functionalities.
You may also want to know more about the 2010 BMW 7-Series and check out the latest BMW 7-Series Reviews, pictures as well as specs.


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