The E38 7-Series Is One of The Greatest BMWs Ever Built
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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In the news this week, we discuss UMW Toyota's decision to produce mass-market hybrid Toyotas in Malaysia, and a holy trinity of hypercars as Bugatti, Rimac and Porsche join forces. As for new cars, we take a look at Lotus' new sports car, the Emira, the sporty BMW 2-series, the handsome KIA Sportage, and a VW Beetle knock-off, in the form of Great Wall Motor's ORA Punk Cat EV.
In Part 2, we take a serious turn as we discuss insurance fraud and the RM1 Billion Automotive Con Job in Malaysia.
Finally, in Part 3, Daniel and Ariff discusses (probably) the greatest BMW ever made - the 1996 E38 BMW 7-series. Built like a brick house, furnished with soft leather and wood trim, and mechanically simple and reliable - the E38 is a rare sight these days, but priced under RM30,000 in 2021, it's a fantastic piece of BMW history, and an alternative to a much newer and more expensive used BMW 5-series.
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose
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Categories: Auto, Business Analysis
Tags: Toyota, UMW, PHEV, Hybrid Vehicles, Electric Cars, EV, Bugatti, Rimac, Porsche, VAG, Volkswagen, Lotus, Geely, BMW, Coupes, KIA, SUV, Great Wall Motors, Beetle, Automotive Insurance, Car Accidents, Fraud, Luxury Cars, Used Car Buying Guide,