BMW 750iL (E32)


Car-ID: XT0546
Model, Body type:
Engine Power:
4,988 CCM (220 KW / 299 BHP)
147,311 km

Vehicle Description

Noble luxury sedan with legendary twelve-cylinder engine
– 299 hp from a 5.0-liter V12 engine
– German first registration
– November 2000 decommissioned and stored
– Complete service booklet until 04/2000
– Electric sunroof, shadow line, interior protection, alarm system, interior/exterior mirrors
with automatic dimming, ski bag, lumbar support and heated seats driver/passenger
– Radio Bavaria C-Business, automatic climate control, M leather sports steering wheel II
– New tires and springs, major inspection, fuel pump replaced
– Mostly first painting in diamond-black-metallic (code 181)
– German registration + historic vehicle admission

It took 7 years to develop the second-generation 7 Series, which was attributed to BMW’s design chief Claus Luthe. However, the 7 Series was designed by Italy’s Ercole Spada. The exterior features, longer-wider-flatter, stand for the basic concept and show in more dynamics, comfort, safety and elegance. In September 1986 at the IAA in Frankfurt, the E32 (factory code) was presented. This debut of the six-cylinder 730i (188 hp) and 735i (211 hp) models was followed just one year later by the 750i with its 300 hp V12, the first V12 engine in a post-war German automobile. True miracle stories were told among car enthusiasts: coins placed on edge on the engine block did not fall over when the engine was running.The all-aluminum engine enjoyed a legendary reputation for its endless power delivery and silky smooth, “inaudible” running.
Externally, 750i was initially distinguished from the weaker models by a kidney drawn in width in the front grille and the rectangular exhaust tailpipes. The E32 could be ordered from the beginning also in a long version extended by 11.4 cm. The only exception in Germany was the basic 730i model.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

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  • Leather

Exterior Features

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