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Introducing the BMW 750I L 1987
The BMW 750i L is classed as a Large / Luxury Cars by the majority of its drivers.

The Engine is4986 ccm (302,73 cubic inches) and is situated in the Front of the vehicle.BMW 750i L vehicles has 2 valves per cyliner in a V12 engine

The 750i L has a maximum power output of 300.00 PS (219,90 kW or 294,52 HP) at 5200 Rev. per min. with torque 451 Nm (45,77 kgf-m or 331,04 ft.lbs) at 3900 Rev. per min.

Top speeds of cars are not so important anymore more, because of our speed laws, but the BMW 750i L has an impresive top speed of 242.0 km/h (149,65 mph) with a Auto, 4-speed transmission.

More informaion is available on the BMW 750i L 1987 in our easy to follow table below



Specifications for BMW 750I L 1987

CatagoryLarge / Luxury Cars ChasisSedan/saloon 
Engine4986 ccm (302,73 cubic inches) Turning Circle12 m (470,04 inches) 
Engine PositionFront CO2 Emissions 
Valves per CylLength5030 mm (197,01 inches) 
Max Torque451 Nm (45,77 kgf-m or 331,04 ft.lbs) at 3900 Rev. per min. Height1420 mm (55,62 inches) 
Max Power300.00 PS (219,90 kW or 294,52 HP) at 5200 Rev. per min. Width1850 mm (72,44 inches) 
Bore/Stroke84.0 x 75.0 mm (3,28 x 3.0 inches) Max Weight(loaded) 
Engine TypeV12 Towing Weight 
Compression Ground Clearance150 mm (5,87 inches) 
Top Speed242.0 km/h (149,65 mph) Wheelbase2950 mm (115,52 inches) 
FuelGasoline CoolingLiquid 
TransmissionAuto, 4-speed Front BrakesVentilated disks, 302 mm 
Power to Weight0.1613 PS/kg Rear BrakesVentilated disks, 300 mm 
SeatsFront Leg Room 
Passenger Space4450 litres (1170,12 gallons) Drag Co-eff 
0-100km (0-60mph)8.4 seconds Cargo Space 
DriveRear Lubrication 
Country of OriginGermany Fuel Cons mixed 
Front Tyre Fuel Cons Urban 
DoorsFuel Cons Rural 
Rear Tyre Tank Capacity120.0 litres (31,54 gallons) 


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