The BMW E32 is a luxury sedan of the 7 series from BMW and was presented in September 1986. One year after the market launch with six-cylinder engines, the 750i variant followed with the twelve-cylinder M70 engine. The E32 was drawn by the then chief designer Claus Luthe and Ercole Spada. In June 1994 the E32 was replaced by the E38 after around 310,000 cars had been built.
With the E32, BMW introduced the L-shaped taillights that became typical of BMW design. The new line was created under the responsibility of chief designer Claus Luthe, who designed the E32 together with the Italian designer Ercole Spada and Hans Kerschbaum. The final design was determined in 1983 and the patents were filed in October 1984.
New conversion kit C.HEL.24N.RSMLSTD
Ready-made electrical LWR conversion kit as a replacement for the hydraulic headlight range control, consisting of:
- 2 new servomotors
- 1 new round LWR switch for the interior
- very detailed illustrated installation instructions
- Various installation materials
- 1 cable set (new and suitably assembled)