Mobile auto spy bmw

 

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Mobile auto spy bmw

The BMW 750iL is a member of the BMW 7 Series of luxury vehicles produced by the German automaker BMW . Introduced in 1977, the 7 Series is BMW's flagship car and is only available as a sedan or extended-length limousine. The 750i was BMW's flagship sedan and was featured in the 1997 film Tomorrow Never Dies as the car driven by James Bond .

The BMW 750iL is a member of the the E38 generation (1994–2001) of BMW 7 Series vehicles and is essentially a long-wheelbase 750i (the "L" is from the German word for long, "lang"). In America, the model was sold as the 750iL; there was no E38 750i in the US lineup. The 750i (and iL) came with a 5.4 L V12 346 hp (258 kW; 351 PS) engine, as was used in the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph. Both variants had a five-speed automatic gearbox.

Features of the BMW 750iL included high-pressure headlight washers, auto-leveling xenon HID headlamps (The E38 was the first car in the world to feature Xenon headlights), power moonroof, a sound system with 14 speakers and four subwoofers as well as 6-disc CD changer and rain-sensing wipers. BMW was also the first European car manufacturer to offer an integrated satellite navigation screen which featured on the E38 7 Series.

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We have no gripes the current generation of auto/stop start from BMW. We have run the numbers with the system engaged and disengaged and it works as advertised to save fuel. It can be manually turned off by the driver by a switch if is so desired but enough people can ‘t seem to grasp the idea of the system, even though it doesn ‘t make the driver change their normal driving habits, that BMW is now allowing dealers to set the system to “Last User Mode “.

In “last user mode ” if the Auto Start/Stop is turned to the “off ” position it will remain that way on the next start up of the car and continue to remain that way until the system is turned back to “on ” via the switch.

Editor: This really seems to be about people not coping with change, and not feeling comfortable with the system. Having been driving this everyday for the last year in Germany it is odd when I get into a car that is not equipped with the system (X1 xDrive35i) but I am one for advances in technology and saving every last drop of fuel (it ‘s not cheap here and I am not a fan of “oil ” politics). The impact on the EPA numbers and how this will be calculated in the future is one we are still researching as “by default ” the system must be on as per EPA rules, maybe this is a loophole, we are looking into it.