BMW 7 Series E32 Full Promo Official BMW Film 1986 BMW 7er 1987 Commercial CARJAM TV 4K 2015 The Official BMW 7 Series E32 Promo Film Full Length (13+ minutes) highlighting all the new electronic wizardry - the space age computer bleeps were not featured on the car - luckily! Great high speed footage of the BMW 7 Series.
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BMW introduced the second generation of the BMW 7 series, known internally as the BMW E32. Aimed at the high end of the luxury market, the BMW 7er offered some of the latest innovations in automotive technology, and (beginning in 1987) a new, top-of-the-line BMW V12 engine. First BMW featuring EDC III Electronic Damper Control. Some luxury BMW options featured on the BMW E32 included integrated BMW telephone and BMW fax machines, a BMW wine cooler, BMW double glazing, Automatic Stability Control + Traction (BMW ASC+T) traction control system, and a system that automatically increased spring pressure on the windscreen wipers to keep them firmly pressed on the glass at Motorway speeds. The BMW E32 (BMW 750i) was the first car adhering to BMW's self-imposed speed limit of 250 km/h (155.37 mph).
In 1991, world first series production low beam Xenon high-intensity discharge headlamps (Litronic, only low beam) were introduced on the BMW 750iL.
The BMW 7 Series E32 was also available in a stretched version (indicated by an 'L' from German Lang, after the model number), in which case an extra 11.4 centimetres (4.5 in) of leg room was available to the rear passengers by stretching the rear doors, and the body at this point.
The BMW 7 Series E32 styling is credited to then-chief stylist Ercole Spada and Hans Kerschbaum working under the guidance of then-chief designer Claus Luthe. BMW 7 Series E32 Design work began in late 1979, in which by 1983 1:1 scale models were presented and frozen in 1984 for 1986 production.
Production of the BMW E32 series concluded in 1995 with a total of 311,068 units built.
The BMW 7 Series E32 cars were offered with 5 gasoline engines.
At the BMW 7 Series E32's introduction, the BMW 7 Series E32 730 and BMW 7 Series E32 735 used the straight-6 M30 engine, while the BMW 7 Series E32 750 featured the all-new M70 V12 engine which produced 300 bhp (224 kW; 304 PS).
In 1992, a new 32-valve V8 engine was introduced, the BMW 7 Series E32 M60. The BMW 730i got this engine in a 3-liter version, while the new BMW 740i got the 4-liter version. Both versions were coupled to a new, BMW 5-speed automatic transmission made by ZF.
BMW’s second-generation BMW 7 Series, unveiled in 1986, featured two new top-of-the-range sedans whose formidable six-cylinder in-line engines generated universal enthusiasm in the motoring media. Nevertheless, it was an open secret that an even bigger star was waiting in the wings: the first German 12-cylinder luxury model in half a century.
In February 1987, BMW finally put an end to the speculation and released the technical specifications of the BMW 12-cylinder engine in the new BMW 750i, ahead of its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show the following month. The new engine, which had been designed completely from scratch, would develop 300 horsepower from a displacement of five litres. Its refinement, low noise levels and excellent balance between performance and fuel consumption set new benchmarks in engine design. These objectives were achieved by using state-of-the-art technologies and a raft of innovative ideas right across the board. In short, the BMW 750i’s 12-cylinder engine had been built with the aim of setting a new and groundbreaking benchmark that would occupy the highest echelons of automotive engineering.
BMW 7 Series E32 Full Promo Film 1986 BMW 7er Commercial CARJAM TV 4K 2015