2018 BMW 7 Series ratings and reviews

Available only in a four-door sedan body style, the 2018 BMW 7 Series introduces the M760Li xDrive to its already star-studded lineup of full-size luxury cars. With five trims to choose from, the 2018 7 Series offers a variety of engines all built on an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive drivetrain. Starting with the 740Le hybrid electric model at 326 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque and peaking with the M760Li at 601 hp at 5,550 rpm and 590 ft-lb of torque, there is a wide range of performance options to choose from. New exhaust silencers come standard in the 2018 7 Series as well as 20-inch alloy wheels and an improved air suspension system featuring roll control technology for added peace of mind while taking sharp turns. The new BMW 7 Series also features an upgraded key fob with a digital display as well as semi-autonomous self-driving, self-braking, and self-parking capabilities.

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Available only in a four-door sedan body style, the 2018 BMW 7 Series introduces the M760Li xDrive to its already star-studded lineup of full-size luxury cars. With five trims to choose from, the 2018 7 Series offers a variety of engines all built on an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive drivetrain. Starting with the 740Le hybrid electric model at 326 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque and peaking with the M760Li at 601 hp at 5,550 rpm and 590 ft-lb of torque, there is a wide range of performance options to choose from. New exhaust silencers come standard in the 2018 7 Series as well as 20-inch alloy wheels and an improved air suspension system featuring roll control technology for added peace of mind while taking sharp turns. The new BMW 7 Series also features an upgraded key fob with a digital display as well as semi-autonomous self-driving, self-braking, and self-parking capabilities.




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