FRANKFURT — BMW AG takes the wraps off its new flagship, the 12-cyl. 760iL here, which will hit the market in fall 2002 with an all-new 6L DOHC V-12 featuring gasoline direct injection (DIG). The engine couples DIG technology with the innovative "throttleless" Valve-tronic variable valve-timing and duration system first introduced earlier this year for BMW’s Mini brand. Combining Valvetronic with DI for the upcoming V-12 appears to solve certain engineering challenges inherent with ...

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