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BMW 7 Series - E32(1987 to 1994)

BMW introduced the second generation of their 7 Series for the 1987 model year. Known as the E32, the second generation 7 Series was initially offered with inline 6 or V12 engines, with a V8 joining the range in 1992. The E32 also introduced many new features to the 7 Series such as a long-wheelbase variants (designated iL), Electronic Damper Control, dual climate control, and traction control. Notable variants include the 740i and the 750i. Built until 1994, the E32 was replaced by the third generation BMW 7 Series E38.

BMW introduced the second generation of their 7 Series for the 1987 model year. Known as the E32, the second generation 7 Series was… Read more

BMW introduced the second generation of their 7 Series for the 1987 model year. Known as the E32, the second generation 7 Series was initially offered with inline 6 or V12 engines, with a V8 joining the range in 1992. The E32 also introduced many new features to the 7 Series such as a long-wheelbase variants (designated iL), Electronic Damper Control, dual climate control, and traction control. Notable variants include the 740i and the 750i. Built until 1994, the E32 was replaced by the third generation BMW 7 Series E38.

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