I have to admit that I have the biggest soft spot for Alpina vehicles. I was estatic when the Z8 was sold in Alpina trim in the US (well except for the slushbox). I was even more excited when the previous generation 7-Series was sold in Alpina B7 trim. The sheer power and style of this car, combined with the rarity in the USA combine to make a droolworthy vehicle on every level.
Now its back in F01 trim. … CONTINUED
The ActiveHybrid 7 was just spotted in an attractive blue color with black wheels. Reports are that the very first Activehybrid 7-series cars will be delivered to celebrities, ahead of deliveries to public customers in the Spring. We could possibly be looking at one of these first cars to be delivered.
Pics courtesy of Christian Wimmer.
Crazy F01 7-series owner handling his new 7-series in ways you have never seen an F01 being driven! Bimmerpost does not condone this type of driving in any way.
Just came across a new set of wallpapers and thought i’d share them!
The 740i has traditionally been an 8-cylinder variant of the 7-series. But in this age of increasing horsepower and cylinders, BMWs top 7-series has risen up to become the 760i. This has left an opening in not only nomenclature but also in offerings available in the USA.
BMW has now thankfully decided to offer a 6-cylinder variant under the name 740i in the USA.
The idea behing this car is something called "virtual displacement". This is … CONTINUED
The 2011 model year switchover schedule has been distributed to BMW Military Sales personnel. Details inside.
BMWNA has announced the official pricing for the 2011 ActiveHybrid 7-series for the U.S. Full options and pricing inside.
EAS has put together this beautiful F01 7-series Msport with Msport bumper, matte black OEM rear diffuser, matte black side and kidney grills and more. Check it out inside.
James May of Top Gear reviews the BMW V12 760Li against the MB S63 AMG, with help from The Stig. Which one gets the nod? Results inside.
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7Post member alex shares his experience with his brand new BMW 7.
The Alpina B7 bi-turbo long wheelbase was shown today at the Tokyo Motor Show.
This is the long wheelbase version of the Alpina B7 shown at the Geneva Auto Show.
The V8 4.4L bi-turbod motor outputs 507hp / 516tq and goes from 0-60 in just 4.8 seconds
Photos from: http://www.autoblog.com/2009/10/21/A…WB-Tokyo-2009/