2016 BMW 7 Series
2016 BMW 7 Series. BMW has redefined what an exclusive, luxurious driving experience looks like in contemporary, pioneering form.
Ground breaking technologies in the areas of lightweight design, powertrains, chassis, operating systems, intelligent connectivity and interior ambience underline its mission to bring together unbeatable driving pleasure and long distance comfort in a luxury sedan.
The handing over of the baton from one generation to the next at the top end of BMW’s model line-up sees the brand presenting a raft of innovations unmatched by any of its rivals.
Design: stylish presence, assured dynamics, exclusive elegance
The design of the new BMW 7-Series provides an authentic showcase for the car’s character. Harmonious proportions, a strongly controlled surface design and precise lines point to the stylistic confidence, assured dynamics and exclusive elegance at work here.
The optimised balance of driving pleasure and long-distance comfort finds clear expression in the unmistakable aura of the luxury sedan, which is available in both standard and long wheelbase variants.
Characteristic features of the interior include generous levels of space accentuated by its horizontal surfaces and lines, the driver-focused cockpit design, the fusion of exquisite materials and precision craftsmanship and the sophisticated functionality of the control and display elements.
The M Sport package, the design Pure Excellence package and a BMW Individual Design Composition will be available for the new BMW 7-Series from launch. They underline the car’s dynamic ability, exclusive elegance and luxurious ambience to great effect, and satisfy the diverse expectations of customers around the world.
At BMW we believe the future can be predicted most effectively if we’re helping to shape it, explains Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. The primary objective in the development of the new car was to create a vision of modern luxury and to exceed our customers’ expectations.
In BMW’s eyes, modern luxury is rooted in the most advanced technologies and extremely fine attention to detail. This generation of the BMW 7-Series is the most luxurious, most comfortable and all round the best car we have ever built in this class.
BMW Efficient Lightweight: Carbon Core reduces weight by as much as 130 kilograms.
BMW Efficient Lightweight helps to reduce the weight of the new BMW 7-Series models by up to 130 kilograms compared to their previous generation counterparts.
At the centre of it all is the body structure with Carbon Core, a product of the transfer of technology from the development of BMW i cars.
The new BMW 7-Series is the first car in its segment in which industrially manufactured CFRP combines with steel and aluminium. The intelligent body concept uses this mixed-materials approach to increase the strength and rigidity of the passenger cell while at the same time significantly reducing vehicle weight.
2016 BMW 7 Series. New generation straight six engines.
2016 BMW 7 Series is available with an extensively updated V8 engine and six-cylinder in-line variants from the BMW Group’s latest generation of power units. All the engines link up as standard with the likewise further developed eight-speed Steptronic transmission.
The BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system, which can be specified as an option, also operates more effectively than ever.
Plug-in hybrid BMW 740e features BMW eDrive technology.
The addition to the model range of the BMW 740e sees the arrival in the luxury sedan segment of BMW eDrive technology which was first introduced in BMW i cars.
The plug-in hybrid model, which will be launched in long wheelbase BMW 740 Le form and bear the BMW 740 Le xDrive badge when specified with intelligent all wheel drive, is powered by a four cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor, which together generate total system output of 240 kW/326 hp.
2016 BMW 7 Series 740e records combined fuel consumption of 2.1 litres per 100 kilometres (134.5 mpg imp) as calculated in the EU test cycle for hybrid vehicles and a combined electric power consumption of 12.5 kWh per 100 kilometres. CO2 emissions stand at 49 grams per kilometre (provisional).
The electric drive system, supplied with energy by a high voltage lithium-ion battery, provides a noticeable boost for the combustion engines when dynamic acceleration is required. Moreover, the BMW eDrive technology enables all electric and therefore locally emission free driving at speeds of up to 120 km/h (75 mph) and with a range of up to 40 kilometres (25 miles).
Dynamics and ride comfort made to measure and to the highest standard.
Sophisticated, precision-honed chassis technology and additional chassis control systems fitted as standard or available as an option enhance both the dynamics of the new BMW 7-Series and its ride quality.
At the same time, the balance between these two facets of driving pleasure reaches a level without parallel in the luxury sedan segment. Standard specification includes 2-axle air suspension with automatic self levelling and Dynamic Damper Control.
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