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PostHeaderIcon ALPINA B7 xDrive Sedan

Alpina and BMW have a long history. The former has been tuning Bimmers for over five decades and even provides graphic packages, different alloy designs, etc. Realizing the rising demand of Alpina-tuned cars, BMW started selling them through its own dealerships in the U.S. This time, BMW and Alpina have worked on the former’s big-face flagship luxury sedan to create an explosive monster known as the 2020 Alpina B7. The 2020 B7 was unveiled earlier this month in Palm Springs and is the sixth-generation luxury model from Alpina.

PostHeaderIcon ALPINA B7 xDrive Sedan

Alpina and BMW have a long history. The former has been tuning Bimmers for over five decades and even provides graphic packages, different alloy designs, etc. Realizing the rising demand of Alpina-tuned cars, BMW started selling them through its own dealerships in the U.S. This time, BMW and Alpina have worked on the former’s big-face flagship luxury sedan to create an explosive monster known as the 2020 Alpina B7. The 2020 B7 was unveiled earlier this month in Palm Springs and is the sixth-generation luxury model from Alpina.

PostHeaderIcon BMW to Go All PHEV at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show

BMW, like any major automaker, will deploy a whole bunch of electric cars at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. This isn’t surprising us at all, but what’s interesting is that the Bavarian brand chooses to concentrate on its hybrid and electric offerings, like the highly-anticipated 330e, the 745e, and the X5 xDrive45e that will share the drivetrain with the facelifted PHEV 7er.

Is the writing on the wall for gas-powered cars? The answer may still be no, but it’s clear that every big player in the automotive world wants to prove to its customers, as well as its peers and the environmental agencies, that hybrid models and all-out electric cars represent an increasing share of its offering. BMW is a leading example, not only with its i family of electric cars but also with its growing variety of hybrids. However, for those who aren’t excited about electric motors and the like, BMW will also display the tasteful M850i Individual Night Sky model under the limelight at Geneva.

PostHeaderIcon Check out the 2020 Alpina B7, the World’s Fastest Sedan

If you think the new 2020 BMW 7-Series grille is too big, but you still want the car, then why not buy the most powerful and fastest version of it so that people don’t have a chance to see your car’s monumental nostrils? That version is the reworked 7-Series called the 2020 Alpina B7. It was just revealed last week in Palm Springs and is touted as the world’s fastest three-box sedan.

PostHeaderIcon The 2020 BMW 7 Series Is A Bavarian Tech Fest

The 2020 BMW 7 Series is now official, and as expected, it’s bringing some serious technological artillery to bear. Here are the most important features to pay attention to, as they may be headed to the rest of Bimmer’s lineup before you know it.

PostHeaderIcon BMW Should Offer Some Of Its Cars with Different Grille Size Options

Iconic and instantly recognizable as the BMW kidney grille may be, it has been growing and growing with recent models to the point where now it’s become too big on some models – yes, I’m looking at you, facelifted 7-Series sedan. But the refreshed 7-Series is not the only culprit here, because the new X7 is too, as well as the new X5 to a lesser degree.

PostHeaderIcon There’s More to the 2020 BMW 7 Series Than that Massive Grille

The facelifted 2020 BMW 7 Series appeared only hours after the most impressive debut of the 2019 Detroit Auto Show concluded. It is a considerably redesigned model, regardless of the fact that everyone’s talking only about its massive front grille. There is so much more to it than that.

Revealed on June 10, 2015, at BMW’s headquarters in Munich, the latest 7 Series was rather nice but never did achieve the stature of the S-Class. I may even go that far to say that no 7 Series ever did so. Now, three and a half years after the introduction of the 7 Series G11, BMW replenished it with new modern, and somewhat controversial design cues, new technology, and a new V-8 engine. That one was taken straight from the BMW M850i Sports Coupe.

The Munich-based company definitely dispensed with the subtle and conventional. Finally, we have a 7 Series that boasts perplexing, if not even esoteric, design.

PostHeaderIcon 2020 BMW 7 Series LWB Leaks Mere Hours Prior to Official Debut

We’ve seen so many leaks on the refreshed 2020 BMW 7 Series that at this point we’re starting to think it’s some kinda joke. Regardless, we have yet another set of shots to give ya before BMW makes it official at a standalone debut event in Germany.

PostHeaderIcon The 2020 BMW 7 Series Is Nearly Here, Front End Teased Before Debut

Like pouring water into a bucket used for target practice, the BMW 7 Series has been leaking all over the place this week. Now, BMW is heading up the hype train with a fresh teaser showing the new luxury sled’s front end.

PostHeaderIcon This Leaked Image of the 2020 BMW 7 Series Showcases a Grille Larger Than That of the 2019 BMW X7

If there’s anything other than the Great Wall of China that can be seen from the moon, it has got to be the BMW’s latest kidney grilles. Even though people were critically vocal about big grille on the 2019 BMW X7, the German automaker does not seem to be affected by it. Now, a picture has surfaced that shows the 2020 BMW 7 Series sedan with an even larger grille slapped on it. Strike that. It shows a huge kidney grille with a BMW 7 Series slapped onto it.

PostHeaderIcon If This Leak Shows the 2019 BMW 7 Series Facelift, It Looks a Lot Like the 2014 BMW Vision Future Concept

The BMW 7 Series has been around since the late ‘70s, with the latest sixth generation dropping back in 2015. Now, however, it’s time for an update, but before the big official sheet pull, we’re getting a sneak peek thanks to a recent Instagram post that reveals the front three quarters of the new vehicle completely undisguised.

PostHeaderIcon BMW’s New Patent Is All About Making Sure You Don’t Spill Your Champagne Ever Again

Just as other automakers are filing patents for new car layouts and technologies like Targa roofs and active aerodynamics systems, BMW is turning its attention on making sure that you never have to spill champagne in your car ever again. The German automaker known for its technical prowess in the auto industry has filed a patent for a beverage dispenser that can fill your glasses upwards from the bottom instead of you having to pour the drink over the top. First-world problems? You bet.

PostHeaderIcon New Trademark Hints That We May Finally See a Real BMW M7

Despite consumer interest, BMW has never turned the 7 Series over to its M Division for a proper working over. As such, the best we’ve ever seen in the V-12 powered, M760i which is nice and all, but it’s more about luxury and far from being a proper M car. All of that may change as BMW has apparently filed a trademark for the “BMW M7” name, hinting that the M Division may finally be able to have its way with the large sedan.

PostHeaderIcon BMW 7 Series

BMW first revealed its full-size 7 Series luxury sedan in 1977, with the latest sixth-generation arriving in 2015 following a debut at the International Motor Show Germany. Now, it appears as though there’s a refreshed model just over the horizon, as confirmed in a series of spy photos that reveal a fresh camo-clad exterior and a revamped interior spec.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2020 BMW 7 Series.

PostHeaderIcon BMW 7 Series

BMW first revealed its full-size 7 Series luxury sedan in 1977, with the latest sixth-generation arriving in 2015 following a debut at the International Motor Show Germany. Now, it appears as though there’s a refreshed model just over the horizon, as confirmed in a series of spy photos that reveal a fresh camo-clad exterior and a revamped interior spec.

Updated 07/18/2018: The upcoming BMW 7 Series was just spied undergoing dynamic testing at the Nürburgring, revealing more of its front fascia! Read on for the details…

PostHeaderIcon BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition

BMW has released another special edition model, but again, it’s not headed to the U.S. Such a reality has become the norm for us even though it doesn’t get any easier to come to grips with. This time, the German automaker is rolling out a special edition 7 Series exclusively for the Russian market. The model goes by the name BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition, and as its name suggests, it’s dressed up in all layers and manners of black.

From a distance, the special edition 7 Series looks exactly like the kind of car that a Russian oligarch would own. The all-black look gives it business-like swag and the fact that it’s based on a 7 Series is another indication that Bimmer Russia is keen on rolling this out for the upper-echelon of Russia’s social class. In keeping with its identity, the 7er Black Ice carries plenty of exclusive features, not the least of which is the paint finish that was used in it. Apart from that, the luxury sedan also boasts of an aerodynamic kit from BMW M Sport, interior upgrades courtesy of BMW Individual, a new set of wheels, and enough of the automaker’s newest and most advanced tech features. And for vanity’s sake, there are also badges throughout the car denoting its “Black Ice” name. I suppose that at some point in the future, we’re going to get our turn and have more of these special edition models head to our soil. But now’s not our time yet, so the only thing we can do at this point is admire what other market is getting from Bimmer. And, in this case, it looks like the Russian market got itself a good one from the German automaker.

Continue after the jump to read more about the BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition.

What makes the BMW 7 Series Individual Ice Edition special


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“There are a number of different things about this particular 7 Series special edition that make it “special””

There are a number of different things about this particular 7 Series special edition that make it “special” in my eyes. The first and most important of it is its color because it’s a one-off. That means that no other BMW model will get this specific shade. BMW calls it “Frosty Black Metallic,” which it created by covering the base layer of metallic paint with a special matte varnish. This process, or “paint technology,” as BMW puts it, creates transformative properties in the paint giving it a unique shine under specific lighting conditions. BMW didn’t say what those conditions are but I suppose we can take their word for it. They’ve been doing this a lot over the years and they at least get the benefit of the doubt in this regard.

“The 7 Series SE also comes with a new set of 20-inch forged, V-spoke 649 wheels from BMW Individual.”

Beyond the meticulous process of creating a one-off paint scheme for the 7 Series, BMW also gave the luxury sedan its patented M Sport package. Notice the double grille in the front? That’s part of the M
Sport package. Same thing with the gloss black door handles and the gloss black boot lid. I suppose if BMW’s going to go to great lengths to create a one-off paint finish for a car, might as well use complementary pieces to make the whole thing shine as it did here. The 7 Series SE also comes with a new set of 20-inch forged, V-spoke 649 wheels from BMW Individual. This wheel setup is unique in it of itself because this particular set of wheels can only be paired with the M Sport body kit.

Now on to the tech side. Seeing as the 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition is exclusive to the Russian market, BMW need not worry about US regulations pertaining to the use of laser headlamps. So the luxury sedan gets them. Also standard on the special edition sedan, among other things, are parking assist with a remote control module, a 360-degree vision system, and an Executive Drive Pro package with roadway scanning.


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“The cabin itself is dressed up in Nappa Black leather trim to go with a BMW Individual trim that’s finished in Black Piano lacquer”

Move to the interior, and you’ll be greeted by a continuation of the stealthy theme that Bimmer seems to have adopted for this SE. The cabin itself is dressed up in Nappa Black leather trim to go with a BMW Individual trim that’s finished in Black Piano lacquer. The upholstery also gets Anthracite Alcantara, and the whole black-on-black theme continues with the BMW badge sporting this color scheme. A “Black Ice” badging on the passenger dashboard is the cherry on top of this proverbial sundae.

BMW made no mention of how much the 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition is going to cost. That said, we can at least point to the pricing of the standard 7 Series for reference, which in this case adds up to $84,000 for the base 740i model and $97,000 for the 750i. That means that with all the work BMW put into turning the 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition into a true SE, it should cost somewhere in the $110,000 range, maybe even more. Not that it matters since we’re not getting it here in the US, but if any of our friends in Russia are interested in getting one, they better get their checkbooks ready. This special edition Bimmer isn’t going to come cheap.

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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW 7 Series.


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PostHeaderIcon BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition

BMW has released another special edition model, but again, it’s not headed to the U.S. Such a reality has become the norm for us even though it doesn’t get any easier to come to grips with. This time, the German automaker is rolling out a special edition 7 Series exclusively for the Russian market. The model goes by the name BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition, and as its name suggests, it’s dressed up in all layers and manners of black.

From a distance, the special edition 7 Series looks exactly like the kind of car that a Russian oligarch would own. The all-black look gives it business-like swag and the fact that it’s based on a 7 Series is another indication that Bimmer Russia is keen on rolling this out for the upper-echelon of Russia’s social class. In keeping with its identity, the 7er Black Ice carries plenty of exclusive features, not the least of which is the paint finish that was used in it. Apart from that, the luxury sedan also boasts of an aerodynamic kit from BMW M Sport, interior upgrades courtesy of BMW Individual, a new set of wheels, and enough of the automaker’s newest and most advanced tech features. And for vanity’s sake, there are also badges throughout the car denoting its “Black Ice” name. I suppose that at some point in the future, we’re going to get our turn and have more of these special edition models head to our soil. But now’s not our time yet, so the only thing we can do at this point is admire what other market is getting from Bimmer. And, in this case, it looks like the Russian market got itself a good one from the German automaker.

Continue after the jump to read more about the BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition.

What makes the BMW 7 Series Individual Ice Edition special


2017 BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition - image 739622
“There are a number of different things about this particular 7 Series special edition that make it “special””

There are a number of different things about this particular 7 Series special edition that make it “special” in my eyes. The first and most important of it is its color because it’s a one-off. That means that no other BMW model will get this specific shade. BMW calls it “Frosty Black Metallic,” which it created by covering the base layer of metallic paint with a special matte varnish. This process, or “paint technology,” as BMW puts it, creates transformative properties in the paint giving it a unique shine under specific lighting conditions. BMW didn’t say what those conditions are but I suppose we can take their word for it. They’ve been doing this a lot over the years and they at least get the benefit of the doubt in this regard.

“The 7 Series SE also comes with a new set of 20-inch forged, V-spoke 649 wheels from BMW Individual.”

Beyond the meticulous process of creating a one-off paint scheme for the 7 Series, BMW also gave the luxury sedan its patented M Sport package. Notice the double grille in the front? That’s part of the M
Sport package. Same thing with the gloss black door handles and the gloss black boot lid. I suppose if BMW’s going to go to great lengths to create a one-off paint finish for a car, might as well use complementary pieces to make the whole thing shine as it did here. The 7 Series SE also comes with a new set of 20-inch forged, V-spoke 649 wheels from BMW Individual. This wheel setup is unique in it of itself because this particular set of wheels can only be paired with the M Sport body kit.

Now on to the tech side. Seeing as the 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition is exclusive to the Russian market, BMW need not worry about US regulations pertaining to the use of laser headlamps. So the luxury sedan gets them. Also standard on the special edition sedan, among other things, are parking assist with a remote control module, a 360-degree vision system, and an Executive Drive Pro package with roadway scanning.


2017 BMW 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition - image 739624
“The cabin itself is dressed up in Nappa Black leather trim to go with a BMW Individual trim that’s finished in Black Piano lacquer”

Move to the interior, and you’ll be greeted by a continuation of the stealthy theme that Bimmer seems to have adopted for this SE. The cabin itself is dressed up in Nappa Black leather trim to go with a BMW Individual trim that’s finished in Black Piano lacquer. The upholstery also gets Anthracite Alcantara, and the whole black-on-black theme continues with the BMW badge sporting this color scheme. A “Black Ice” badging on the passenger dashboard is the cherry on top of this proverbial sundae.

BMW made no mention of how much the 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition is going to cost. That said, we can at least point to the pricing of the standard 7 Series for reference, which in this case adds up to $84,000 for the base 740i model and $97,000 for the 750i. That means that with all the work BMW put into turning the 7 Series Individual Black Ice Edition into a true SE, it should cost somewhere in the $110,000 range, maybe even more. Not that it matters since we’re not getting it here in the US, but if any of our friends in Russia are interested in getting one, they better get their checkbooks ready. This special edition Bimmer isn’t going to come cheap.

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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW 7 Series.


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Read more BMW news.

PostHeaderIcon Angry Owner Sets 7 Series on Fire Outside BMW Headquarters

Remember the guy who smashed his BMW M6 with a sledgehammer and axe at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, then fixed it and smashed it again at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show? His name is Pourmohseni Hadi and he’s pretty angry with BMW, which reportedly dismissed his complaints about the high-performance coupe having rattles and transmission issues. It all started back in 2008 and the Italian businessman is on a long mission to protest the brand by destroying BMW-badged cars. He set a Z3 on fire at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show and only last week he did the same with a 7 Series sedan,BMW 7-Series this time around just outside BMW’s headquarters in Munich.

The disgruntled owner drove a fourth-generation 7 Series (built between 2002 to 2008) to Munich, parked it on the sidewalk just outside the BMW Museum, and set the cabin on fire. Hadi also walked around the area with a sign saying something like “BMW customer deceit customer blackmail process fraud” in German. There’s no word as to how the man’s protest ended, but if his previous acts are any indication, he probably had a long talk with the German police and likely paid a fine.

Continue reading for the full story.

What’s This Guy’s Problem?

When you destroy three BMW in a few years it’s pretty obvious that you have a big problem with the brand. His issues with the German automaker stretch back to the late 2000s, when apparently BMW dealers refused to fix the rattling and jolting he was experiencing while changing gears in this M6. Hadi claims that he wrote to Italian BMW workshops, but they said nothing was wrong with the car, while the carmaker’s team in Munich was unresponsive to his complaints.

As a result, he decided to smash the car during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. He did it again the next year and then set another car on fire in 2015, before burning the 7 Series in 2017. But as it turns out, BMW is simply ignoring him. Drawing a conclusion is impossible here, mostly because we do not know the full story behind the owner’s rage and BMW’s lack of action, but it’s pretty clear that billion-dollar companies do not respond to such savage acts.

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PostHeaderIcon Jason Day Sinks Hole-in-One, Wins A BMW M760i, And Donates it To Charity

Professional golfer Jason Day is one of the best golfers in the world today. He’s currently ranked sixth in the world rankings and is the owner of one golf major (the 2015 PGA Championship). He’s also an all-around good guy who won a BMW M760i over the weekend after sinking a hole-in-one on the 17th hole during his second round at the 2017 BMW Championships. The achievement itself is incredible, but Day put a nice cherry on it by actually donating the car he had just won to the Evans Scholars Foundation, which will in turn auction it to raise funds for college scholarships among caddies.

To make this story even better, BMW is throwing in another $100,000 to the foundation to commemorate Day’s achievement. The Australian golfer ultimately finished fourth in the tournament, seven strokes behind winner Marc Leishman. He may not have gotten the result he wanted, but you could argue that his hole-in-one was the most important hole of the tournament because of the circumstances surrounding it. He wins an M760i, donates it to charity so it can auction the luxury sedan, and then Bimmer adds another $100,000 donation to cap it off. There are a lot of winners in this story, not the least of which is the person who could end up with the M760i. Remember, the luxury sedan is probably the closest thing BMW has to a full-fledged flagship. It features the automaker’s newest and most important technologies, including a massive 6.6-liter V-12 engine that produces 601 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. All that power is challenged to the sedan’s xDrive AWD system courtesy of an eight-speed automatic transmission, which in turn allows it to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds before hitting an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

PostHeaderIcon BMW Individual M760Li Inspired By Nautor’s Swan

For those fortunate enough to enjoy it, the world of yachting seems like a fantastic place to spend some time. Deep, blue water below, a bright, warm sun above, and a cool breeze in between – sounds pleasant, no? It’s this sort of lifestyle that Bimmer is aiming to capture with its latest one-off, the BMW Individual M760Li Inspired By Nautor’s Swan. Cue the Bossa Nova background music. In case you were unaware, Nautor’s Swan is a Finnish-based producer of luxury sailing yachts originally founded in 1966. BMW has partnered with Nautor’s Swan in the past, such as at regattas like the Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, and with BMW celebrating a quarter century of its Individual customization program, this one-off model inspired by the world of yachting seems like the right fit.

Standout features include teak paneling for the interior, plus a unique color finish and further boating themes. And since it’s based on the BMW M760Li xDrive V12 Excellence, this four-door has plenty of performance potential as well. Interested? Then navigate your way past the jump to check out the details.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW Individual M760Li Inspired by Nautor’s Swan.

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1955 Chevrolet Other Pickups 1955 1ST CHEVY PICKUP 1/2 TON ORIGINAL PAINT with PARTS TRUCK 5 WINDOW CABS AZ
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