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2018 BMW 7 Series Model Review

21/29  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
5.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
18.2  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 BMW 7 Series?

The 2018 iteration of BMW's flagship super-luxury sedan is pretty close to the 2017 model, with a couple of notable changes. The Driver Assistance Plus II package has been discontinued, and its features are now included in the Driver Assistance Plus package. Also, Active Driving Assistant technology is now a standalone optional feature on the 740 model.

2018 BMW 7 Series Interior

2018 BMW 7 Series Trims & Innovative Features

There are four premium trim levels available with the 2018 7-Series. 740i is the base trim level, but it's anything but basic. Wood trim, adaptive air suspension, 18-inch wheels, and a 10.2-inch infotainment system are standard on this 6-cylinder option. Creature comforts abound, such as a quad-zone climate system and 16-speaker surround sound. Luxury doesn't have to be sacrificed in the name of going green. The 740 xDrive iPerformance is a plug-in hybrid with the same trim as 740i. All-wheel-drive is standard on the hybrid. The 750i offers a powerful V8, and, like the 740i, optional all-wheel drive. Additional upgrades include Nappa leather upholstery and 20-way adjustable front seats. Wheels size gets bumped up to 19" on the 750i. The 7-Series Alpina B7 xDrive is built mostly by hand, including lavish features such as myrtle wood trim, massaging front seats, and a V8 more powerful than the 750i's. Very few of these cars will be produced. For those seeking serious performance, the M760i xDrive packs a serious 6.6L V12 engine. It also comes with power-adjusting rear seats, active park assist, Apple CarPlay and distinctive M badging.

BMW 7 Series FrontThe standard 3.0L inline six-cylinder engine in the 740i puts out a cool 320 horsepower. The 750i's TwinPower 4.4L V8 ramps the power up to 445 horsepower, while the Alpina B7's V8 puts out 600 horsepower. The massive 6.6L V12 of the M760i xDrive packs an enormous 601 horsepower. According to BMW, the M760i is the quickest BMW 7 Series ever, hitting 60 mph in only 3.6 seconds. Don't forget about the hybrid 740e, whose 2.0L four-cylinder and single electric motor put out 322 horsepower.

Experience Safety on a New Level

2018 BMW 7 Series SideThe 2018 7-Series includes a standard system that disconnects the fuel pump, starter, and alternator from the battery and will automatically open all doors and turn on hazard lights in the case of an accident. The Active Protection system is designed to detect an imminent accident, and in such an event the seat belts will pretension, the windows and moonroof will close, and post-crash braking will activate. The Active Driving Assistant Plus package takes things a step further with active cruise control featuring stop-and-go ability, automatic forward braking, lane departure warning, city collision mitigation, frontal collision warning, and Pedestrian Protection.

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