Nope. It was a typo, it's gone from the website now.
19:15, August 28, 2013 (UTC)
I don't see the E65 resemblance in this car though I may not be looking hard enough. Off topic: I hope the windows are frameless and coupelike like the real F06 Gran Coupe. :) --Zulu2065 (talk) 01:32, September 6, 2013 (UTC)--
Thanks for pointing that out, the E65 was there before we saw what the actual car was. I don't think it should be there as it doesn't have as smooth features as the F01 and F06. Off topic: I like the sound of frameless windows. JBanton (Talk | Contribs) 07:05, September 6, 2013 (UTC)
The info on the page is wrong, the car is not majorly based on the 7 and 6 series as claimed. Nor is it based on the 5 series GT. It is simply just an interpretation of the BMW M5 F10. The front lights are from the BMW 3-series F30 or the new BMW M4 F82. Next to that, the rear lights are either flipped upside-down or not entirely BMW based.
I've made quite a shocking discovery. Not sure when Rockstar stopped designing new vehicles for GTA V, but these renders for the 7er F01 successor, the G11, showed up in 2012 and were confirmed by BMW insiders to resemble the real thing. The front of the Ubermacht Oracle Sports strongly resembles these renders, sans the trademark kidney grilles. The rear seems to match the proposals for the 2015 BMW 7-Series, 2013 Lexus LS facelift, 2013 Lexus GS350, and 2013 BMW 750i/Li F01 LCi. See what I mean? BMW did choose a final 2015 design sometime last year, with magazine publications getting information from a design clinic in June 2012 and the BMW insiders. Possibly someone at Rockstar last year or earlier in 2013 noticed these propositions for the real life Oracle's replacement (2015 BMW 7[G11]) and decided to get ahead of them. Sorry about the poor quality photos, but I'm in a hotel room and can't capture my 360