There might never be enough emphasis to underline just how important the lengthy huge BMW 7 series is to the company. It has a major and direct impact on the company’s bottom line. You can’t afford to miss out on what it brings forth.
Under its gifted hood, the 7-series can feature a range of smooth turbocharged engines. From the base 3.0-liter inline-six to the 6.6-liter V-12 in the M760i; a plug-in hybrid powertrain is also offered that delivers up to 14 miles of electric-only range.
In addition to the usual luxury-car features, the 7-series boasts loads of of tech, including optional semi-autonomous driver-assistance tech and a nearly full suite of infotainment gadgetry. Furthermore, its classically handsome exterior ensures you’ll be arriving in style for quite a good foreseeable future.
The BMW 7 Series sedan seats up to five people. However, the available executive-style back seat reduces that number to four.
Leather upholstery and heated, 14-way power-adjustable front seats are standard. A heated steering wheel, 20-way power adjustable multi-contour front seats, ventilated and massaging front and rear seats, heated rear seats, and upgraded leather upholstery are available.
With all these luxurious features, you cannot fail to see the BMW 7 series as car that is determined to take competition head on and ride to the next level radically. As for cargo spaces this car takes pride in a whole 18.2-cubic-foot trunk.
It is actually one of the largest in the class, easily eclipsing rivals such as the 2019 Audi A8 (12.5 cubic feet) and Jaguar XJ (15.2 cubic feet). The cargo pass-through makes it possible to stow longer items, while the standard power trunk lid makes loading luggage a breeze.
Notably, the battery placement reduces the plug-in hybrid’s trunk space to 14.8 cubic feet. More tech does no harm these days.
As such the BMW 7 series has taken time to load as much tech as possible. This includes qi-compatible wireless device charging and the BMW iDrive infotainment system with a 10.2-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, voice and gesture controls, a Wi-Fi hot spot, Bluetooth, two USB ports, a navigation system, satellite radio, HD Radio, and a 16-speaker Harmon Kardon surround-sound system.
The iDrive interface features crisp graphics and is generally easy to operate with smartphone-like pinch and swipe gestures. There’s also a touchpad controller and buttons mounted on the steering wheel, as well as a gesture recognition system that uses hand movements to adjust volume controls and answer incoming calls.
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