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    Report: BMW performance engineering boss wants an M7

    Audi has the S8, Mercedes has the S63 AMG and Jaguar has the XJR, but BMW has always held that an M7 wasn't justified, leaving its associated Alpina line to tackle that market with the B7 (pictured). The chief engineer at the M division, however, feels otherwise. Speaking to Autocar, the BMW M ...

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    Report: BMW copyrights 2 Series, X2, M7, M10, etc.

    BMW looks to be on something of a name-grabbing spree. The German automaker has reportedly trademarked a number of new vehicle names, including 2 Series, X2, M7 and M10 among others. Of course, just because a manufacturer lays claim to a name doesn't mean there's a production model around the ...

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    Report: BMW M7 talk picks up speed

    With Mercedes-Benz and Audi happy to slake the world's appetite for top-dollar, full-size luxury sports sedans through their AMG and S divisions, we can't help but wonder why it's taken so long for BMW to commit to an M7 model. For years, the sportiest 7 Series in the U.S. has been the Alpina ...

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    Report: BMW banking on carbon fiber costs to broaden M range

    There once was a time when BMW only produced a handful of its models in high-performance M guise. There was the M3, the M5, and that was pretty much it. Now, however, it offers M models based on the 1 Series, 3 Series, 5 Series, 6 Series, X5 and X6. And that's only expected to grow. The first on ...

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    Review: 2011 BMW Alpina B7

    Alpina Delivers Its Best Impression Of An M7

    2011 BMW Alpina B7 - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Try as it might, the BMW M3 Coupe can't lose the Alpina B7. The two of us are an unlikely automotive pair, playing cat-and-mouse on one long road to nowhere deep in the reaches of an ...

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    Spy Shots: Is BMW working on an M7?

    Don't get us wrong; we've got no beef with enormously powerful luxury vehicles. In fact, we love 'em. But while Mercedes' AMG division has shoehorned their bestial power plants into all manner of vehicles big and small, BMW's Motorsport division has always drawn a line in the Bavarian sand. They'd ...

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    BMW rumor mill: a smaller Roller? a bigger M-Series?

    The skies over Germany were full of trial balloons this week, as BMW chairman Helmut Panke has been teasing the German press with possible new products. In an interview with auto motor und sport (rough English translation here), Panke alludes to several possible new BMW models: an M7? An ...


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