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  1. picsoubmw

    picsoubmw Well-Known Member

    Looks very similar for sure.

    3 other pictures from : http://www.autojunk.nl/2016/12/lekker-kleurtje-op-deze-individual
    image_01. image_04 (1). image_06.
     
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    • rs271

      rs271 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

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      • rs271

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        Once the moniker with a L, once without.
        As far as I know BMW will offer at the US-market only the long model and therefore the badge has no L in general.
        The first pic was taken at the Detroit Motor Show. So I assume therefore it has no L because it's a model for the US-market.

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        • klier

          klier Member

          Correct, the U.S only gets the LWB, so no L is needed.

          I think it's terrible they went without the SWB M760i in Europe :(
           
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          • SCOTT27

            SCOTT27 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

            I think the S-Klasse is the same way in a North America? Only available in Extended Wheelbase and not identified with the "L"?
             
          • Mick Briesgau

            Mick Briesgau Well-Known Member

            That's correct. However there's no "L" in the moniker of the W222/V222. SWB or LWB, both are called just S500 on the bootlid.
             
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          • SCOTT27

            SCOTT27 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

            Shanghai. And the National launch of the latest 7er models to the Chinese market.
            Namely the 740e iPerformance. And the M760Li xDrive.
            image.
            Of course it was joined with the other models that make up the 7er for the Chinese market.
             
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            • slicknick

              slicknick Active Member

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              • klier

                klier Member

                Color blindness appears to be a disease over here :D
                 
              • Bmw m760li in individual color
                 
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                • klier

                  klier Member

                  Amazing color! What a car.
                   
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                  • SCOTT27

                    SCOTT27 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

                    More from Vienna. Centenary Blue.
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                    • PanterroR

                      PanterroR Well-Known Member

                      ^GOD DAMN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy:
                       
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                      • domleo999

                        domleo999 Member

                        I suppose we do have the B7 which can be ordered in SWB form I presume?
                         
                      • Matski

                        Matski Member

                        Long wheelbase only.
                         
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