BMW 3.3 Li 1975 Design Exclusive Class Sedan – BMW E3-Series 3.3Li is a very rare and largely unknown car. However, there is still a small group of loyal owners who know that they are driving a BMW 3.3 Li 1975. 3.3Li is the main model of the BMW E3 lineup, originally launched in 1968 as the company’s first major post-war effort on the executive six-cylinder market. The BMW New Class 1500/1800 model has attracted potential Daimler-Benz customers away from the 190 “fintail” in the early 1960s, and the 02 series further expanded the appeal of the marque.
BMW 3.3 Li 1975 with an actual all new body and independent suspension at all four corners, with McPherson struts in front and semi-trailing arms behind. The BMW 3.3 Li 1975 was BMW’s first real effort in a car for the limo trade since the Baroque 505 some 20 years earlier. The extra length is almost entirely used for back legroom, such as the upcoming L 7-Series model. Initially, the only LWB E3 was 3.3Li, but proved quite popular for it was expanded to 2.8 and 3.0 E3s in 1975. In 1977, 3.3Li was replaced by the 7-Series.
As the main sedan BMW 3.3 Li 1975 will always be exclusive but it is destined to be a rare sight in the streets of Europe But over the years, the line of 3.3Lis in England has diminished due to the frightening combination of shrinking and rampant rampage.
The proud fan boasts of the BMW 3.3 Li 1975 cabin being very light and airy for late 1960s design, and there is enough space for quadet-bag-entrepreneurs. Luxurious but low interior fixtures. European executive car buyers come to expect more complicated toys, electric windows, headlamp washers, radio-cassette players, sunroof, front fog lamps, central locking, air conditioning and adjustable steering.
On the road, 3.3Li constantly reminds the driver of his engine potential. With a lightweight bristle touch of brakes and a smooth ZF auto gearbox, it becomes clear why this model is still in use. Steering responsively without being too bright, the car darts around the corner with minimum engine noise, and its handling is a boost for bolder drivers.
|Body type||4/5 seater sedan/saloon|
|Number of doors||4|
|Dimensions & weights|
|fuel tank capacity||78 litres||17.2 UK Gal||20.6 US Gal|
|engine type||naturally aspirated petrol|
(195.886 cu in)
|Bore × Stroke||89 × 86 mm
3.5 × 3.39 in
|Valve gear||single overhead camshaft (SOHC)
2 valves per cylinder
12 valves in total
|maximum power output
|200 PS (197 bhp) (147 kW)
at 5500 rpm
1.01 bhp/cu in
|285 Nm (210 ft·lb) (29.1 kgm)
at 4250 rpm
|Fuel system||Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection|
|bmep (brake mean effective pressure)||1115.7 kPa (161.8 psi)|
|Unitary capacity||535 cc|
|Acceleration 0-100km/h||8.5 s|
|Maximum speed||208 km/h (129 mph)|
|Drive wheels||rear wheel drive|
|Wheel size front||6J x 14 H2|
|Wheel size rear||6J x 14 H2|
|Tyres front||195/70 VR 14|
|Tyres rear||195/70 VR 14|
|Front brake diameter||272 mm|
|Rear brake diameter||272 mm|
|Gearbox||4 speed manual|
|Top gear ratio||1|
|Final drive ratio||3.45|
BMW 3.3 Li 1975 Exclusive Sedan Design