Now, the BMW M7

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    Now, the BMW M7

    Looking Audi's reaction to the S65 AMG, BMW had no other choice than to get up and return the punch.

    Behold the BMW M7.

    6.3 V12 pumping out 620bhp and 495 ft. lbs. of torque without forced induction assistance. The exhaust note evokes the first M5 generations.

    It has a massive use of carbon fiber on it's body. Boot lid, roof, hood and front fenders are carbon fiber. Helping achieve 50/50 weight distribution.

    Improved 7 speed tranny that now DOES work properly as an automatic and shifts quicker and smoother than Ferrari's F1 tranny.

    i-Drive is totally remade from scratch, turning out in the industry's leading and easiest to use system.

    Here it is, in a sanitized M5 madness suit. Still mad, but as sedated as the previous M5.















    Sorry if it's rubbish, it was late but I didn't want to let go the idea.

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    Re: Now, the BMW M7

    moving car, with rims that arent, call them spinners

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