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21-Jan-2010, 02:10
AHI LES VA UN POCO DE INFO Q ENCONTRE XQ EL CARRO LA VERDAD A MI GUSTO ESTA IMPRESIONANTE Y NO SE XQ PERO SIENTO QUE EL F07 VA A SER COMO UNA E30 TOURING DENTRO DE UNOS 20 AOS... (asi de dificil de conseguir).

SON DEL F01 AL PRECIOSO ( a mi gusto) F07

BMW 7 Series (F01)

BMW 7-Series (F01/F02)[/URL][URL="http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automotive_industry"]Manufacturer (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/File:2009_BMW_750i_front.jpg)BMW (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW)Production2008–presentAssemblyDingolfing (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Dingolfing), Germany (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Germany)PredecessorBMW E65 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_E65)Class (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Car_classification)full-size (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Full-size)Body style(s) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Car_body_style)4-door saloon (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Sedan_(car))VehiclesBMW 7 Series (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_7_Series)F01/F02Production2008–presentEngine(s) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Internal_combustion_engine)6.0L V12 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V12_engine) Turbo
4.4L V8 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V8_engine) Turbo
3.0L I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6) Turbo
3.0L I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6) Turbo Diesel[1] (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/forum/#cite_note-2010F01-0)Transmission(s) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Transmission_(mechanics))6-speed automatic (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automatic_transmission)
8-speed automatic (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automatic_transmission) (V12 only)[2] (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/forum/#cite_note-V12F01-1)Wheelbase (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Wheelbase)3,070 mm (120.9 in) (SWB)
3,210 mm (126.4 in) (LWB)Length5,072 mm (199.7 in) (SWB)
5,212 mm (205.2 in) (LWB)Width1,902 mm (74.9 in)Height1,479 mm (58.2 in) (SWB)
1,478 mm (58.2 in) (LWB)The BMW F01 is the current 7 series that went into production in September 2008. The long wheelbase model, codenamed BMW F02, is 14 cm (5.5 in) longer than the BMW F01.
The car's official unveiling occurred in the Red Square in Moscow (Russia) on 8 July 2008. The unusual nature of the unveiling had been attracting attention since 6 July 2008. The new BMW 7 series was placed in the upper half of an acrylic, glass, and steel hourglass (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Hourglass). The car was initially hidden by more than 180,000 silvered balls, which gradually dropped into the lower half to reveal the new BMW 7 Series.

Vehicle characteristics

Design

For the 7 Series, the previous E65/E66 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_E65) model marked a revolution in the 7-Series design, while the F01 is more evolutionary. The front end is inspired by the BMW CS Concept (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_CS_Concept), from the large twin grilles to the headlamps, which have "eyebrows" and internal configuration similar to individual lamps but slightly different in shape. It now looks more conventional and less controversial than the vehicle it replaces. The interior has also been reworked and the column-mounted shifter has relocated to the center console.
Technology and equipment

The models include a 6-speed automatic transmission (760i/Li;Activhybrid7: 8-speed automatik). Dynamic Drive Control with optional Adaptive Drive added COMFORT setting in addition to Comfort, NORMAL, SPORT and SPORT+ modes, with reduced stability control intervention in the SPORT+ setting and in the traction mode.
The cargo capacity is 500 litres. Optional features include 4-zone automatic air conditioning, telecommunication and navigation systems, a USB port, an 80 GB hard disc for navigation data and music collection, a multi-channel audio system, a DAB double tuner, a DVD entertainment system at the rear, a Head-Up Display, an electrically swivelling trailer hook.
Safety

All BMW 7 Series' have in series safety equipment: Beside ABS including brake assistant and CBC (Cornering Brake control) pretensioner and belt load limiter on all seats, ESP (Dynamic Stability Control, BMW) with DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) are present. Furthermore 8 Airbags (driver/front passenger, head curtain airbags (both rows) and two sideairbags,front outboard and rear outboard, as well as driver and passenger knee airbags) and active headrests in front. The adaptive brake lights indicate how strongly the vehicle is braking. In the case of an emergency stop, the normal LED running lights (on when low beams are on) are illuminated to the same intensity of the brighter normal LED brake indicator light, creating a large, extra bright light to warn drivers behind. Also, adaptive bi-xenon headlights (low beam) swivel in accordance with the steering wheel for curves, level when going over hills, or when the car is loaded, to reduce glare to other drivers. Also, side turn indicators are standard on every BMW on the front quarter-panels.




In the 7 Series - partly against surcharge - are several driver assistance systems:
Adaptive cruise control (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Adaptive_cruise_control) with Stop & Go feature
Blind Spot Information System (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Blind_spot_monitor),
Lane departure warning system (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Lane_departure_warning_system),
Night vision (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automotive_night_vision)
Head-Up Display (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Head-Up_Display),
Integral Active Steering (rear wheel steering (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Steering#Four-wheel_steering))
xDrive (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_xDrive) (available only in the 750i/Li, for the first time on the 7 Series) (2010+)
Rear view camera (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Backup_camera),
Sideview (two cameras in the front bumper that look to the left and right)
Topview (of the two additional cameras in the exterior mirrors, the side-view cameras, reversing camera and sensors from the PDC to create an overall picture of the vehicle and its environment, and show it from the air) and
Speed limit display (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Traffic_sign_recognition) For this, a camera will check street signs with speed limits. These are displayed in the speedometer, as well as head-up display. Specifications

It should be noted that at the moment, all engine choices on the F01 are Turbocharged (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Turbocharged).

Engines

ModelEngine CodeEngine TypePower@rpmTorque@rpmYears madePetrol engines740i/LiN54B30 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N54)2,979 cc (2.979 L; 181.8 cu in) twin turbo I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6) 24V326 PS (240 kW; 322 hp) @5800450 Nm (330 lbft) @1500-45002008-750i/LiN63B44 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N63)4,395 cc (4.395 L; 268.2 cu in) twin turbo V8 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V8_engine) 32V408 PS (300 kW; 402 hp) @5500-6400600 Nm (440 lbft) @1750-45002008-760i/LiN74B60 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N74)5,972 cc (5.972 L; 364.4 cu in) twin turbo V12 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V12_engine) 48V544 PS (400 kW; 537 hp) @5250750 Nm (550 lbft) @1500-50002009-ActiveHybrid7, ActiveHybrid7LN63B44 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N63)4,395 cc (4.395 L; 268.2 cu in) twin turbo V8 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V8_engine) 32V+ electro Engine465 PS (342 kW; 459 hp)700 Nm (520 lbft)2010-Diesel engines730d/LdN57D30 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N57)2,993 cc (2.993 L; 182.6 cu in) turbo I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6) 24V245 PS (180 kW; 242 hp) @4000540 Nm (400 lbft) @1750-30002008-/2009-740d[1] (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/forum/#cite_note-2010F01-0)N57D30TOP (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N57)2,993 cc (2.993 L; 182.6 cu in) twin turbo I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6) 24V306 PS (225 kW; 302 hp) @4400600 Nm (440 lbft) @1500-25002009-At the 2008 LA Auto Show, BMW announced the North American (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/North_America) version of BMW 7 Series would use a 4.4 L twin-turbo V8 engine (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V8_engine) (from the BMW X6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_X6) xDrive50i) rated at 400 bhp (300 kW) and 450 lbft (610 Nm) of torque. The ActiveHybrid7 is the first BMW with automatic transmission to feature an Auto Start Stop function avoiding idle speed operation of the engine when at a standstill or in traffic jams.
Transmissions

ModelType740i, 740Li6-speed automatic (ZF 6HP26 transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/ZF_6HP26_transmission))750i, 750Li6-speed automatic760i, 760Li8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/ZF_8HP_transmission))ActiveHybrid7, ActiveHybrid7L8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/ZF_8HP_transmission))730d, 730Ld6-speed automatic740d6-speed automaticPerformance

The following performance figures are taken from the BMW 7 Series web site under 'Models and technical data. The top speeds are electronically limited where noted with an asterisk.
ModelDrive0-100 km/h acceleration (s (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Second))Top speed740i/740LiRWD5.9/6.0250 km/h (160 mph)*750i/750LiRWD, AWD (optional)5.2/5.3250 km/h (160 mph)*760i/760LiRWD4.6250 km/h (160 mph)*ActiveHybrid7/ActiveHybrid7LRWD4.9250 km/h (160 mph)*730d/LdRWD7.2/7.3245 km/h (152 mph)740dRWD6.3250 km/h (160 mph)*The N63 V8 engine of the F01 BMW 750i/Li matches the previous-generation E65 760i/Li (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_7_Series_(E65)), powered by the N73 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N73)V12 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V12_engine) engine, while also comparing closely to the Mercedes-Benz (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Mercedes-Benz)S63 AMG (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Mercedes-Benz_S_Class), equipped with a 6.3L V8 engine.The BMW N74 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_N74)V12 engine (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V12_engine) had to be redesigned for the F01 760i/Li in order to maintain its status as the flagship of the range.
Parts sharing

The F01 is expected to provide 20% of the components for the Rolls-Royce Ghost (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Rolls-Royce_Ghost), slotting in below the ultra-luxury Phantom (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Rolls-Royce_Phantom). This $250,000 car would be assembled by Rolls-Royce in their factory in Goodwood (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Goodwood), England (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/England).

740Li Vantage

It is a version of the 740Li sold in Hong Kong market, which does not include the front seat LCD screen, and is HK$200,000 lower than the original.
760Li High Security and 750Li High Security (F03)

BMW has also announced the F03 7 Series as their High Security line, including the 750Li High Security and 760Li High Security. Both of them were certified with BRV 2009 and VR7 ballistics protection. The non-transparent sections have been certified as having VR9 levels of protection. This is the first set of cars to be granted such high levels of security.[14] (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/forum/#cite_note-13)
Hybrid (F04)

The BMW Concept 7 Series ActiveHybrid is a concept model that uses the engine from 750i, but adds an electric motor rated 20 PS (15 kW; 20 hp) and 210 Nm (150 lbft) torque. The hybrid system was based on the 2-mode hybrid (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/2-mode_hybrid) from Daimler AG (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Daimler_AG). The regenerative braking (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Regenerative_braking) unit includes 12V Absorbent Glass Mat batteries, running in parallel to 120V electrical network for electric motor. In also included a 8-speed automatic transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automatic_transmission). BMW claims it improved fuel consumption and reduced emissions by 15% over the non-hybrid model, despite weighing 221 pounds (100 kg) more.The car's exterior profile was designed by Karim Habib, Team Leader, Advanced Design for BMW in Munich (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Munich), Germany. The car was first unveiled in 2008 Paris Auto Show (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Paris_Auto_Show).

BMW confirmed that the F04 7 Series would be called the BMW ActiveHybrid 7 and a production model premiered at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show. It will be powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine and a single electric motor. It goes on sale in Spring 2011 in the US market with a base price of US$103,125.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/73/2009_BMW_750i_front.jpg/250px-2009_BMW_750i_front.jpg (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/File:2009_BMW_750i_front.jpg)

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3308/3443912878_055b42ba26.jpg

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21-Jan-2010, 02:11
BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo (Yo ya lo vi en vivo en color negro con cuero blanco y se mira pero ASTRAL, para mi casi perfecto!!!)

Manufacturer (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automotive_industry)BMW (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW)Production2009-Class (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Car_classification)Mid-size (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Mid-size)Body style(s) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Car_body_style)5-door wagon (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Wagon)/Liftback (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Liftback)Layout (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automobile_layout)FR layout (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/FR_layout)Engine(s) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Internal_combustion_engine)3.0L I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6)
4.4L V8 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/V8_engine)
3.0L I6 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Straight-6) DieselTransmission(s) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Transmission_(mechanics))8-speed automatic (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automatic_transmission)Wheelbase (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Wheelbase)3,070.86 mm (120.9 in)Length4,998.72 mm (196.8 in)Width1,899.92 mm (74.8 in)Height1,554.48 mm (61.2 in)The BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo is an upcoming car and was first displayed by BMW (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW) in 2009 at the Geneva Motor Show as a concept car (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_Concept_5_Series_Gran_Turismo). It is the first production-destined rendition for BMW's (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW)Progressive Activity Sedan (PAS) (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_Progressive_Activity_Series) series of cars, its development code was F07 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_F07). The 5 GT serves as a combination of a sport sedan, an SUV (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/SUV), and a Gran Turismo (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Gran_Turismo).
The F07 platform provides a vehicle length traditionally found in a BMW 7 Series (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_7_Series), but with the headroom found in a BMW X5 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_X5). The F07 also features a unique "bi-modal" trunk, similar to the Twin Door concept on the Skoda Superb, which may be opened in a traditional car like fashion, or the entire hatch may be open in a traditional SUV fashion for larger objects. The F07 is a derivative of the F10 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_F10) platform that will underpin the sixth-generation (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_F10#F10_.282010-present.29) of the 5 Series (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_5_Series). The front uses a multi-link suspension (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Multi-link_suspension), unlike the MacPherson strut (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/MacPherson_strut) suspensions BMW previously used.
On January 30, 2009 BMW (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW) released a video "BMW Concept: Scribble Video". The video was the first public introduction into the thought process behind the design of the progressive activity vehicle (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Progressive_activity_vehicle) series and the upcoming 5 GT.

It will launch as a 2010 model, with an expected price between $65,000 and $70,000, during the fourth quarter of 2009.
Technology and equipment

The models include 8-speed automatic transmission, and BMW EfficientDynamics regenerative braking. Dynamic Drive Control with optional Adaptive Drive added COMFORT setting in addition to NORMAL, SPORT and SPORT+ modes, with reduced stability control intervention in the SPORT+ setting and in the traction mode.
The cargo capacity is increased to 590 litres (1,700 litres with folded rear seats). Other features include LED daytime driving lights. Optional features include 4-zone automatic air conditioning (standard in BMW 550i Gran Turismo), telecommunication and navigation systems, a USB port, an 80 GB hard disc for navigation data and music collection, a multi-channel audio system, a DAB double tuner, a DVD entertainment system at the rear, a Head-Up Display, a panorama glass roof, an electrically swivelling trailer hook.




In the 5er GT - partly against surcharge - are several driver assistance systems how:
Adaptive cruise control (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Adaptive_cruise_control) with Stop & Go feature
Blind Spot Information System (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Blind_spot_monitor),
Lane departure warning system (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Lane_departure_warning_system),
Night vision (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Automotive_night_vision)
Head-Up Display (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Head-Up_Display),
Integral Active Steering (rear wheel steering)
Rear view camera (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/Backup_camera),
Sideview (two cameras in the front bumper that look to the left and right)
Topview (of the two additional cameras in the exterior mirrors, the side-view cameras, reversing camera and sensors from the PDC to create an overall picture of the vehicle and its environment, and show it from the air) and
a speed limit display. For this, a camera will check street signs with speed limits. These are displayed in the speedometer, as well as head-up display. Design and style


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9b/BMW_530d_Gran_Turismo_%282009%29_-_rear.jpg/180px-BMW_530d_Gran_Turismo_%282009%29_-_rear.jpg (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/File:BMW_530d_Gran_Turismo_(2009)_-_rear.jpg)http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.5/common/images/magnify-clip.png (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/File:BMW_530d_Gran_Turismo_(2009)_-_rear.jpg)
BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo (2009), rear view.


The 5 GT has dimensions mimicking in length the 7 Series (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_7_Series), a height and trunk space slightly more than the 5 Series (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_5_Series) wagon, and headroom comparable to the BMW X5 (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_X5).
The 5 GT features design cues from the BMW CS Concept (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW_CS_Concept), as well as new designs indicative of upcoming models. The vehicle has a coupe-like roofline, elevated seating, and a "bi-modal" trunk which operates like a sedan or a traditional SUV (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/SUV). For the first time on a 4-door BMW (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/BMW), the 5 GT features frameless doors. The headlights contain the new LED Corona rings slanted at an angle and extending into the fenders.
F07 models

The first production versions launched as 2010 models, with an expected price between $65,000 and $70,000, during the fourth quarter of 2009.[5] (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/forum/#cite_note-motortrend.com-4) The first three models released and their respective engine specifications were:
ModelsEnginePowertorque@rpmacceleration (0-100 km/h)top speed535i Gran Turismo2,979 cc (2.979 L; 181.8 cu in) I6 turbo306 PS (225 kW; 302 hp)@5800400 Nm (300 lbft)@120050006.3s250 km/h (160 mph)550i Gran Turismo4,395 cc (4.395 L; 268.2 cu in) V8 twin turbo408 PS (300 kW; 402 hp)@5500-6400600 Nm (440 lbft)@175045005.5s250 km/h (160 mph)530d Gran Turismo2,993 cc (2.993 L; 182.6 cu in) I6 turbo common-rail diesel245 PS (180 kW; 242 hp)@4000540 Nm (400 lbft)@175030006.9s240 km/h (150 mph)[edit (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/w/index.php?title=BMW_5_Series_Gran_Turismo&action=edit&section=4)] Transmissions

ModelType535i Gran Turismo8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/ZF_8HP_transmission))550i Gran Turismo8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/ZF_8HP_transmission))530d Gran Turismo8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP transmission (http://www.velocidadmaxima.com/wiki/ZF_8HP_transmission))

http://www.bmw.com.au/com/en/insights/newsandevents/_shared/img/BMW_F07-1.jpg

vm325Xi
21-Jan-2010, 09:23
Buena Info Otto, ya tenemos para leer un rato.. jeje.

EDD2322
21-Jan-2010, 09:24
BUENA INFO Q LINDO ESE GRAN TURISMO :adorar:

Indigo
21-Jan-2010, 09:54
Interesante, leyendo.....

abrahim
21-Jan-2010, 10:30
:clap: buena info

MiloGT
21-Jan-2010, 13:48
ta chulo el carro vos!!

SLC
21-Jan-2010, 16:44
no se pero me gustaba mas los E codes.

tenia hasta un significado, ahora la F que significa ???


ahora los carros el gran turismo no muy me gusta,