Large, V12-powered sedans are a dying breed, so why not enjoy them while we still can.
No other BMW 7-Series has elicited the same enduring passion as the E38 generation.
Powering the 750i xDrive is a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 with 523 hp and 533 lb-ft.
BMW’s electric luxury saloon will allegedly be available in a number of different battery/electric motor configurations.
BMW could phase out a number of convertibles including the 2-Series, 8-Series and Z4.
Almost all 7-Series buyers go for somber colors like black, silver, white etc., but it’s nice to see a flamboyant one for a change.
Forty thousand quid could get you this 2006, 500 HP Alpina B7 with just 22 miles on the clock .
It actually takes a bit of effort to inadvertently back your BMW 7-Series into a pole.
The grille of the new BMW 7-Series helps to distinguish it from the smaller 5-Series, says van Hooydonk.
Besides the high-tech 7-Series, BMW announced an adaptive cruise control system with a traffic light recognition function.
BMW’s current twin-turbo V12 might be killed off after 2023 due to emission regulations.
The facelifted 2020 BMW 7-Series is more than adequate even in 730d spec.