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The BMW E38 model was the basis for the 1995 through 2001 BMW 7 Series automobiles. In early 1988, development began on the third generation 7-series codenamed "Entwicklung 99". From 1989 to 1990 styling work was done initially under design director Claus Luthe (through April 1990), when Boyke Boyer's concept design was chosen and further refined into production form with engineers. In February 1991, the final production design for the new 7-series was approved by the board 36 months ahead of 1994 production. On April 27, 1993 German design patents were filed featuring a pre-production prototype as a design representation. Patents were later filed on October 27, 1993 in the United States. Production started on July 23, 1993 on pilot production models and US specification variants on January 13, 1994, with series production commencing on February 17, 1994 and US-specification in the second half of the year. In May 1994, the 1995 model year E38 BMW 7-Series was unveiled.[4][5] Since the start of production the entire in-car entertainment system (Radio Function, DSP audio system, Navigation System, Television and Telecommunications systems) is based on a flexible automotive communication bus, known as the I-bus.[13] As a result, the E38 models can all be easily upgraded with the newer BMW technologies introduced in the 5-series (E39) and X5 (E53), including BMW's Bluetooth System, the DVD based Navigation system, as well as BMW's CD changers that play MP3s[14]BMW 7 Series car from Tomorrow Never Dies, seen at an exhibition at Museum Industriekultur, Nuremberg.Contributing to the E38's continued popularity was its appearance in several films such as Tomorrow Never Dies (750iL), Bumer "Бумер" (750iL), Enemy of the State (740iL), Invictus (740iL), Bad Santa (740iL), Fun with Dick and Jane (740iL), Valley of the Wolves (TV series) (L7), Showtime (740i), The Transporter (735i) which was a one off manual 750i badged as a 735i, "Live Free or Die Hard" which was a 2000 740i, and The Game (740iL). Even though it was the only featured car in the series to be replaced the following year, the E38 featured in the BMW Film Ambush which was released in fall 2001.In the 18th James Bond feature film Tomorrow Never Dies, the sixteen E38 cars used during production were modified so they could be driven from the backseat. The car type is actually a BMW 740iL but they were re-badged as the 750iL. One survives today and can be seen at exhibition “TOP SECRET” at Museum Industriekultur, Nuremberg. Besides the 7 Series saloons, BMW also supplied a $14,000 R1200C motorcycle. BMW received the rights to use movie clips from the film in its multimillion-dollar campaign, and during the 1997 holiday season they offered a special promotion that included the R1200C with the purchase of the 750iL.[15] Final year of E38 sales with production ending in July 2001.The last E38 (a silver 740i with black leather interior) rolled off BMW's assembly line on July 27, 2001 to make way for the new E65.Body-colored side skirts and bumper facias, which were previously flat black.Clear front and rear turn signal lenses replace amber-colored lenses.The sport package is extended to include the 750iL. The 750iL Sport maintains the same visual cues as the 740i Sport & the 740iL Sport such as shadowline exterior trim and 18" staggered alloy wheels. The sport package also sports a special wood trim with an inlay that resembles nautical flags. The interior is dechromed. The wooden grab handles are omitted from the sport models as well. The Sport model could also be optioned with Sport seats. But is a rare option as it meant giving up the active comfort seats.
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