New Realse BMW 760Li (2010)

Foundation of this exceptional new standard comes from the twelve-cylinder power unit featured in both top models in the BMW 7-Series. Developed as a completely new engine from the ground up, the V12 is a masterpiece of modern engine technology. Superior power of 400 kW/544 hp comes at an engine speed of 5,250 rpm, with maximum torque of 750 Newton-metres (553 lb-ft) from just 1,500 rpm.

Going into 2010, BMW's 750i and 750Li models continue to be powered by its 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine introduced by the company in 2009 as part of a complete redesign of the Series 7. The engine offers 400 hp and 450 lbs/feet of torque and is paired with a quick-shifting eight-speed real wheel drive automatic transmission system. The engine powers both the standard and long-wheel base models of the popular 750 series. Prior to the introduction of the new engines in 2009, BMW's 750i and 750Li models were powered by a 360-hp 4.8-liter V8 engine.


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