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Unlike any other automobiles in the the BMW sport coupes have performance and style with the luxury of design and technology. at the Geneva Motor Show in of 1976, the 6 Series E24 sport were the successor to the E9 3.0 CSi coupe. The tradition in the early and mid seventies had so widely successful, that BMW the era of 1965-75 coupes needed a

Transferring the tradition and image by BMW with beautiful models the 2000 C/CS and the 3.0-3.5 coupes, the new generation of coupes timelessly capture this image and effect.

Convinced the following generation of coupes for the seventies and eighties needed to be a six high-tech, efficient yet luxurious the image had to be uniquely its own. to withstand both the compulsory and crash tests necessary for in other countries, the body of the coupe had to be designed strong Considered to be a worthy successor, the E24 through fairly few body during its production run.

A total of 86,000 models of the E24 produced during its production run lasted until April 6, Earliest examples of the E24 were by Karmann until 1977 the assembly of the E24 was brought to BMW. The E24 models were the 630 CS which had a six-cylinder engine with a 4A1 carburetor capable of 184bhp at rpm and the 633 CSi with a 3210cc six-cylinder injected engine that was of producing 200 bhp at 5500 rpm.

The 630CS is considered a very model, and can be noticed easily due to its small rear bumper. In the US, the 633 CSi was the 630 CSi.

Both models had an 3 gear ZF HP-22 auto along with standard

Refined for better performance, the was taken from the E12 5-series. All were based on the M30 ‘big engine and all were 12-valve except the 24-valve M6. The only engine model was the 630.

The M30 came in various forms in the vehicles, but most had the 2.8, 3.5 or S38 3.5 M-Tech version.

The most model was the 635, introduced in and produced as the 635CSi which an available 5-speed gearbox. earlier E24 models included the 630 and 633. The 628 CSi was introduced in 1979, at the time the 630 CS was withdrawn from the range. The 628 model was produced 1987 and was a budget model for the market. The 633 CSi featured the first of DME, and ABS brakes were as an option.

The following year, the 635 CSi received the DME as the 633 Csi.

The main update in was the entire reworking of the body included a new front and rear which achieved a lighter and vehicle. ABS brakes were now in all E24 models. A new 3430 cc engine was in the 635 CSi along with new engine DME II.

Upgraded to the engine version the seven series in June of the 635 models now utilized less due to improved computer control The 633 CSi was no longer available in Europe in and the following year was the final run.

Responsible for setting standard for BMW, the E24 showcased the of the ‘check control’ test that has been utilized in BMW ever since. A test was placed in the dashboard with green lights that the status of the engine oil level, fluid level, brake tail lights, brake pad coolant level and windshield level. This was a highlight of the and the beginning of a standard widely in the future models.

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The M635 CSi was in 1984, and in 1987 a catalyst of this model was made Producing an amazing 286bhp, the profiled M6 24 valve model the most desirable BMW ever. a total of 5,803 models ever produced.

Suffering terribly from regulations, the US versions had greatly engine power, unattractive impact bumpers and much body. European models much better performers their US equivalents, until the of the US L6 version.

Introduced only in the USA for only, the 635 CSi L6 was a luxury version an automatic transmission. The L6 had an impressive 182 bhp and as a result of all the luxurious extras, was 450 kg The 635CSi Highline was the dubbed in the UK and several manual transmissions were made.

The L6 featured luxury features all details, including head seat backs, doors and dashboard and rear A/C with a cabinet.

During 635CSi’s run, a total of 51,564 models were produced engines that ranged the early 211 hp catalytic converter to the impressive 286 hp M6 model. The 635CSi won the Touring Car Championships three in 81, 83 and 86, even though it topped the at 1510 kg. In 1983 the 635CSi claimed the German National while the 2-valve cylinder vehicle produced nearly 400 hp in trim.

Though rumors of a six’ series, based on the E39 series have surfaced, has never been a true to the E24.

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