2006 - 2011 BMW 7-Series 720 HP by TuningWerk

The BMW 7-Series is designed for luxury first and power second, but German tuner, TuningWerk, has decided to change up BMW ’s priorities just a bit. Well actually, a whole lot. TuningWerk’s new package for the 750Li luxury sedan increases the 4.4-liter turbocharged V8’s output to a total of 720 HP, while top speed has been bumped up to 223 mph. There is also a milder version available for those that can’t handle the extra push.

The new 720 HP and 803 lb-ft found in the top kit can sprint the Beamer from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds before the Carbon Ceramic brake system slows it to a halt. This performance is facilitated by the weight reduction options chosen by TuningWerk. The firm reduced the 7-Series’ weight by 264 lbs thanks to a lightweight design sports exhaust system and front and body sills made out of a combination of carbon fiber and other lightweight materials. The kit, car included, costs 198,000 euros or about $270,000 at the current exchange rates.

If the thought of being carried by 720 HP is too much to handle, TuningWerk has also released a "small-scale" version that will boost output to 530 HP and 545 lbs-ft, up from the standard 362 HP and 360 lb-ft of torque. This version will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 192 mph. It will set you back 169,800 euro or about $230,000 at the current exchange rates.


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5 comments:

A BMW with 720 HP makes this car greater. The sleek exterior design makes it another stunning car. It may be simply designed but it turned out luxury, specially when it is already a BMW in the first place.

I’m so impressed with the engine that it has. It’s quite good enough for this kind of station wagon, and I also noticed that it looks so classy and exclusive on its sleek body paint.

This car has 720 horse power and turbocharged V8 engine, Top speed 223mph. This is enough for this a kind of car and it’s really great performance

It was so simply and standard. This just an ordinary model car that turned luxury, but nevertheless, it doesn’t have special features nor able to take your attention.

Yeah right, BMW always go for luxury first than great evolution.. It’s always the same old brand new look.. They never came out of the nut shell to discover and explore something new for their appearance..

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