RE: BMW M760Li xDrive: Review

RE: BMW M760Li xDrive: Review

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epom

5,756 posts

93 months

Monday 6th February 2017
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tannhauser said:
Impressive machine, but rather disgusting ostentatious styling and ridiculous levels of chavtastic badges. One should not need to shout about the fact it is a V12. And the M badge on a 7? Also those fake rear exhausts? FFS they're on everything now!
But it is a V12 !!! Now if it was a 730D I might agree somewhat. This is a V12 saloon BMW with bonkers power, way more than will ever be needed. And this is pistonheads we're supposed to love bonkers on here.
Oh and I agree about fake exhausts.

popeyewhite

6,883 posts

52 months

Monday 6th February 2017
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Pixel Pusher said:
I'll take the slow version from Alpina instead thanks.
Very nice.

the_hood

362 posts

126 months

Monday 6th February 2017
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To me it's one of those, glad it exists but makes little sense in the UK.
Which, admittedly could apply to a few cars smile.

PHMatt

560 posts

80 months

Monday 6th February 2017
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Saw one outside BMW Ruxley last week (I think) and it's mighty impressive to look at.

defblade

4,912 posts

145 months

Tuesday 7th February 2017
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Sod the car.


When I win the Euromillions, I'm off to live at Thermal Club for a few months while I decide what else to spend my wodge on smile
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JakeT

2,088 posts

52 months

Tuesday 7th February 2017
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tannhauser said:
Impressive machine, but rather disgusting ostentatious styling and ridiculous levels of chavtastic badges. One should not need to shout about the fact it is a V12. And the M badge on a 7? Also those fake rear exhausts? FFS they're on everything now!
The E38 750 models came with a V12 badge...

Herringbone

240 posts

21 months

Tuesday 7th February 2017
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Maybe BMW could consider piping in the intake sounds like Porsche or Lexus.

Regardless, kudos for BMW for making a V12 7 series with the M treatment.



Edited by Herringbone on Friday 10th February 21:56

C7 JFW

910 posts

151 months

Tuesday 7th February 2017
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This car has surely got to be one of the most effective and eloquent ways of getting from A to B without even a hint of trouble.

emanbrekai

1 posts

18 months

Tuesday 7th February 2017
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BMW M GmbH is presenting M Performance Automobiles based on the BMW 7 Series Sedan for the first time, http://autozqa.com/blog/most-powerful-cars-in-the-... The two top models of the series are equipped with the M Performance TwinPower Turbo twelve-cylinder petrol engine. While the BMW M760Li xDrive emphasizes the sporty appearance.

bmwcoder

9 posts

20 months

Thursday 9th February 2017
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V12 forever ^)

jussojones

2 posts

134 months

Friday 10th February 2017
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Great to see BMW doing something different
After the ugly period they went through.
All the new stuff these days is so poor in quality,
But this looks really nice ,had a late 8 series
20 years ago in the right spec
Still looks amazing even now,.To me it was the last real BMW along with the E38.
But good luck with this although I'll stick with my v8 AMGs as its such great fun to bash
Porsches for half the money
Keep up the good work everybody

aeropilot

15,809 posts

159 months

Monday 13th February 2017
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vonhosen said:
Pixel Pusher said:
I'll take the slow version from Alpina instead thanks.

Yep.
And another vote for the Alpina version here smile


BlackLabel

10,159 posts

55 months

Tuesday 20th June 2017
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I see Sytner now have one of these for sale - yours for only £120k.

https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/...

numtumfutunch

2,648 posts

70 months

Tuesday 20th June 2017
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BlackLabel said:
I see Sytner now have one of these for sale - yours for only £120k.

https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/...
Or new for a bit less:

https://broadspeed.com/CarView/BMW/7-Series/44234/...

B17NNS

16,921 posts

179 months

Tuesday 20th June 2017
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As pointless as it is fabulous. Long may they continue to make cars like these.