2016 BMW 7 Series ratings and reviews

The 2016 BMW 7 Series has undergone a makeover, and only two models are available in the line, with the plan being to add more later on. The 740i base model offers standard equipment such as 10-way-power driver's seat, heated leather seats, iDrive 5.0 with a touchpad, rearview camera, and keyless entry. New features on the next model, the 750i, include gesture control, a redesigned head-up display, and wireless charging. On the safety side of things, BMW's Active Protection System is standard. The system tightens the seatbelts, closes windows, and turns on post-crash braking. Optional features include rear-crossing traffic warnings, pedestrian and frontal-collision warnings, 3D surround-view cameras, and night vision. Just two engine choices are available for 2016, considerably fewer than in previous years. Under the hood, the 740i has 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 while the 750i has a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8.

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The 2016 BMW 7 Series has undergone a makeover, and only two models are available in the line, with the plan being to add more later on. The 740i base model offers standard equipment such as 10-way-power driver's seat, heated leather seats, iDrive 5.0 with a touchpad, rearview camera, and keyless entry. New features on the next model, the 750i, include gesture control, a redesigned head-up display, and wireless charging. On the safety side of things, BMW's Active Protection System is standard. The system tightens the seatbelts, closes windows, and turns on post-crash braking. Optional features include rear-crossing traffic warnings, pedestrian and frontal-collision warnings, 3D surround-view cameras, and night vision. Just two engine choices are available for 2016, considerably fewer than in previous years. Under the hood, the 740i has 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 while the 750i has a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8.




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