The 750iL became an instant must have for every business executive and action hero everywhere. With a 5.4 liter V12 shared with the Rolls Royce Silver Seraph paired with a special built 5-spd ZF trans that would handle the over 300 hp and over 350 ft lbs of torque. 1998 BMW sold only 1032 units until it's dissolution in 2001. The model line was an exclusive and coveted statement piece as much then, as it is now. In it's short life the E38 750iL saw use as not only a light armored vehicle, built and designed by BMW themselves, but an action hero's primary mode of transportation in two of the biggest names in American action cinema. The original Transporter movie and James Bond : Tomorrow Never Dies, 20 cars where used in the making of these films and when it was all over only 9 remained untouched. The others modified for silver screen stunts or destroyed completely in glorious Hollywood fashion. The later models featured some of the most cutting edge creature comforts of the time. Built in phones, sat-nav, rain sensing wipers, full leather interiors and beautiful wood grain dash. This vehicle is a testament to BMW's ambition to stay on the leading edge of technology and is an iconic mile marker in the change of an era, not only in time but technology as well. The massive V12 sings to the heart of every motoring enthusiast and collector on the planet and has recently become the topic of classic car debates in new articles and online forums everywhere. This 750iL has low miles, ice cold A/C, factory GPS, fully loaded with all the goodies, and looks and drives great. A must see, non-smoker, well maintained vehicle, all around in excellent condition, a great addition to any collection.