BMW 7 Series A Line Of Full-Size Luxury Vehicles
There is a great need to understand that BMW 7 Series 2017, the full-size sedan is considered to be the largest and most luxurious model in BMWs production and assembly lineup. Turbocharged engines with six, eight or twelve cylinders are obtainable, as is a diesel-powered model, all-wheel-drive and an extended-wheelbase variant. It is true the BMW E23 is the first BMW 7 Series luxury car, produced by the German automaker in replace of the E3 large sedan, the E23 was produced some time back during the span from 1977 to 1987 and was replaced by the BMW E32 7 models in 1986.
Sometime later in July 1986, BMW had introduced the second-generation 7-series, the E32. Some extravagance options included integrated telephone and fax machines, a wine cooler, double glazing effect, traction control system, with a technology that automatically enhanced spring pressure on the windscreen wipers, to keep them tightly pressed on the glass at Motorway speeds.
In the beginning the engine options were all six-cylinder petrol, as per the previous generation but in 1987 a V12 engine was introduced and in 1992, V8 engines were added to the lineup 730i and 740i. The E32i.e.750i was the first car adhering to BMWs self-imposed speed limit of 250 km/h. The E32 was also introduced the extended wheelbase version (indicated by a word L from German Language, after the model number with extra rear leg room compared to the standard 7-series.
BMW 7 Series 2017 Specifications
So far the third-generation E38 model is concerned it was produced in between the span 1994–2001. The E38 was considered to be the first car in the world to feature Xenon headlights. It is believed BMW was also the first European car brands to offer an integrated satellite navigation screen which featured on the E38 7 Series. In the U.S. two engine options were available; a 4.0l later on revised to a 4.4l and V8 equivalent to 740i and a V12 option equivalent to 750i. BMWs flagship sedan was the E38 750il Armored with an outstanding feature in the 1997 film tomorrow Never Dies as the car driven by James Bond whereas BMWs E38 735i was featured in the 2002 film The transporter driven by Jason Statham.