The 2017 BMW M760Li xDrive looks comfortable and enormous, just like every other 7-Series. But this one will be the first car to run the company’s new M Performance TwinPower Turbo 6.6 liter V12. Jason Statham will be stoked.
The 2016 BMW 7 Series has a luxurious interior and a 444 horsepower V8 up front in case you opt for the 750i xDrive. The 2017 Alpina B7 xDrive has an even more luxurious interior and a 600 horsepower engine. So, it’s better.
The BMW 7 Series is car you get when you want the biggest BMW you can buy. What do you need to know before you buy a BMW 7 Series? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the our Buyer’s Guide.
While automotive factories are traditionally thought of as loud, hulking buildings throwing fire and smoke everywhere, modern ones are actually pretty quiet and clean. It’s just the faint whirring of robots and the graunching noise. Especially when it’s a car like the new 2016 BMW 7-Series, which comes complete with a…
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If you like to peek into car factories, you’ll enjoy how BMW creates its mixed material bodies for the 2016 7-Series. Carbon fiber, aluminum and steel never looked this good together.
Remember when Audi introduced its hybrid carbon-aluminum chassis with the Lamborghini Huracan? Well, looking at the new BMW 7-Series and its “carbon core,” that feels rather last year.
You're supposed to see the 2016 BMW 7 series at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Well, uh, here it is anyway.
The factory BMW uses to supply carbon fiber for the i3 and i8 just got a $200 million infusion to triple its capacity. Norbert Reithofer says the next 7 Series will set an "example in terms of weight reduction." Coincidence?
The 1998 BMW 740iL was a $70,000 car. In 1998. It had infinitely adjustable seat heaters. And it was one of the most intimidating cars on the road, with power over everyone. Including you.
BMW's premier luxobarge is traditionally its 7-series, fitted with all the wonder and splendor that a middle-manager's yearly salary could buy. It's also traditionally had big V8 engines, at least here in the US, so seeing a reference to a BMW 720i on the company's German site is a bit unusual.
In the German luxury wars, if one company has a big diesel luxury sedan for Americans, then all of them are going to get it sooner or later. Now it's BMW's turn to introduce the 7-series to turbodiesel propulsion in the form of the 740Ld xDrive.
We've known BMW to send a lot of cars to the M division recently, but there's promise in things like the 2014 BMW M3 and M4. One car the M division has never given the full treatment to is the 7-series, but the engineering guy in charge of M wants to change that. Eventually.
Legendary wine critic Robert Parker was so enthused when he first tasted the 1985 Sassicaia, that he awarded the vintage a maximum 100-points on his internationally acclaimed ratings system, such was the "surreal" quality of this fabled wine.
When the Bangle-ized E65 7-series was released, the values of the preceding E38s immediately rose. Things have obviously settled down as this Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender 740i has a price that's styled for mass appeal.
The E38 BMW 7-Series has been and will always be one of the most significant executive sedans of all time. Doesn't protect the later E65 from the occasional jerk-off who advertises their success. Example? This guy and his license plate.