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06/02/2009    7:51 AM

The BMW M7 (or hybrid or M-sport) prototype has been spotted again, this time with a bulging hood which typically indicates an ///M engine underneath.  However, the usual other signature ///M bits are missing, such as quad tail pipes and side fender accent.

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05/28/2009    8:59 AM

Are we looking at an upcoming M7?  Or some sort of 7-series sports aero kit?  Take a look at the very high res photos and be the judge for yourself

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05/28/2009    8:48 AM

Autocar brings us this first drive review of the Alpina B7 4.4 V8. How does it drive? In sum…”Rapid. Really frighteningly rapid.”

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05/18/2009    4:34 PM

Well, Im not a big fan of all this stuff on the 7, I think the design is better in its pure form from BMW. But to each his own, enjoy the pictures

Upgrades include wheels ranging from 19"-22". New front, side and rear add-on kit (with LED lamps in the front), a roof spoiler and rear trunk lid spoiler. Quad rear tailpipes are Hamann standard.

Upgrades are not just limited to the visual, and Hamann offers a new suspension set consisting of springs and shocks and is said to be working on engine upgrades to match.

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05/04/2009    6:16 PM

This stunning set of photos of the F01 2009 7-series perfectly accentuates the best lines of BMW’s flagship sedan.

05/03/2009    12:17 AM

Car and Driver pits the BMW 750i against the Mercedes S550. Can you guess the winner? Full review inside.

04/08/2009    8:56 AM

Well BMW certainly dropped a bombshell today. Details of both the all new 760 engine were released (and my god wait till you read the forum post) and details of the long wheel base 7-series at the same time.

03/28/2009    3:50 PM

As many of you may know, the owner’s manual for the new F01 7 Series BMW is on the iDrive and no paperback manual is provided. This seems like a very novel use of technology, although if your car battery dies you may have wished you had the booklet :)

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03/27/2009    3:43 PM

Hamann announced that they now have a body kit to go with their tuning programme for the 2009 BMW 7 Series. Details are being kept under wraps for the moment except to say those tyres are running on 22-inch rims. Visually, components like a rear boot spoiler, a rear roof spoiler, four tailpipes and new side skirts can be spotted. The interior shows sporty pedals, and black leather seats and carpets stitched with the Hamann logo.

The previous-generation Hamann 7 (HM 7.1) was announced in 2005 and was based on the 760i/L. Hamman increased the factory V12 engine capacity from 6.0-litres to 7.1-litres and managed to release 510hp (375kW) and 728Nm of torque. The 0 – 100km/h time improved to 5 seconds while top speed went up … CONTINUED