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The New BMW 7-Series Is A Design Made To Become A Flagship Model

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When BMW revealed their top-of-the-line model back in 1977, they introduced the ‘7-Series’ name for the first time, this was the E23 model, and it became BMW’s full-size sedan for the Seventies, now I get that the European idea of ‘Full-Size Sedan’ wasn’t quite the same at a full-size sedan in the United States, those were land yachts, the BMW 7-Series E23 looked compact next to those behemoths, but this new model did introduce quite a lot of novelties for BMW, like a ‘check control panel’ and ABS, anti-lock braking … the 7-Series became a trendsetter for the make from Bayern.

The E23 did look like a larger version of the family size 5-Series at the time, with a relatively round corner body style, the E32 that replaced this first edition in 1986 looked more majestic, with an impression of being a lot larger than her 5-Series counterpart, built between 1986 and 1994, this was a very beautiful car indeed, a large car for European standards, but still elegant, and she offered an amazing driving experience, especially with the big V12 engine for the 750i model, the first car in BMW’s history with a speed limit set at 250 km/h, note that a BMW 7-Series was only available as a four-door sedan, in either a standard wheelbase or a longer wheelbase, aptly called the ‘L’.

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