The BMW E32 is the second generation of the BMW 7 Series luxury cars and was produced from 1986 to 1994. It replaced the E23 and was initially available with straight-six or V12 powerplants. In 1992, V8 engines became available. From its inception, the E32 was widely considered the most technologically advanced series of cars in its day and set the standard for performance luxury cars well into the 1990s.
The E32 introduced the following features for the first time in a BMW: Electronic Damper Control, V12 and V8 engines, double glazing, Xenon headlamps, traction control and dual-zone climate control. The E32 750i was the first car adhering to BMW’s self-imposed speed limit of 250 km/h (155 mph). The ‘iL’ models were the first time that a long-wheelbase option was offered by BMW.
In 1994, the E32 was replaced by the E38; an evolutionary design that built upon the E32’s driver-centric design. dodge wallpapers, super car, jeep wallpapers, BMW 7 Series E32 wallpapers, mclaren wallpapers
The GT3 variant debuted at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show alongside the 997 Turbo. Like previous GT3 models, it is a way for Porsche to homologate aerodynamic features for racing, as well as to offer race cars for customer teams. The 997 GT3 was priced at US$106,000. The engine has the same displacement as the Turbo, but does away with the turbochargers and uses a new variable intake system. The engine is rated at 415 PS (305 kW; 409 bhp) and 405 N?m (299 lb?ft) of torque. It has an 8,400 rpm redline matching that of the Carrera GT flagship. The 3.6 L dry-sump engine does not suffer from the rear main seal problems of the earlier 3.6 L/3.8 L integrated dry-sump engines. Porsche 997 wallpapers#mercedes #AudiA8 #Bugatti #AudiRS4 #AudiRS3