I saw one and saw in one at the North American Interanation Auto Show in Detroit. That thing was a beast, I've never seen a bigger sedan, it was HUGE! There was so many gadgets to play with inside, I didn't know what to do. But I bet I would love all the toys that comes with the car. And you're right, the car actually looks really good in person, the pics just doesn't do the car justice.AcuraGuy said:Has anyone actually seen the new 7-series? i have and i admit its not that ugly in person. The hump in the trunk is not that noticable in person. And the front looks good. The whole car has that low slung aggressive look like our Legends.
It's not as bad in person but I like the previous generation better.AcuraGuy said:Has anyone actually seen the new 7-series? i have and i admit its not that ugly in person. The hump in the trunk is not that noticable in person. And the front looks good. The whole car has that low slung aggressive look like our Legends.
Agreed........................I'm a 7- series fan also( well, hell 3M's and 5's too). Same senario here. My dad was a Buick/chevy fanatic and I has born in the back seat of a 73 Buick LeSabre coupe (Legend coupe of the 70's) I plan on getting one to restore before I "clock out." So I grew uo around big body's. Neighbors had Lac's, 98's 88's Park Aves. 225's, El-Dogs, talking sh_t on the lawn , playing spades sitting on empty milk crates......But when that big timer in the old model 7 or Legend pulls up (this is in the early 90's) Everybodys necks turn to rubber.Ghost said:WHAT???!!!
Maybe I'm just a little bit Old-School, but I have always like the 7-Series Bimmer................Especially the 750IL. A longshoreman buddy of mine bought one brand new and that thing was a beast! So was his payment at $715 a month and his gas mileage @ about 9 mpg's in the city.
I guess I grew up during a time of Oldsmobile '98's (two-door white with a half burgundy vinyl top/burgundy leather), Buick Electra 225's (black on black duece-and-a-quarter), and Delta 88's were what all da playa's, pimps, and ballers were driving. Now the 8-series Bimmer was and still is an ugly ass car!