2021 BMW 7 Series

What's New For the 2021 BMW 7 Series?

The 2021 BMW 7 Series comes as part of the sixth-generation 7 Series. While there aren't many significant changes for the 2021 model year, BMW enthusiasts can expect subtle styling upgrades with refreshed front headlights and rear taillights. Drivers of the newest BMW 7 Series will also undoubtedly enjoy the 7 Series' powerful engine options and controlled handling experience.

2021 BMW 7 Series Trims & Features

The 2021 BMW 7 Series is available in five trim levels: the 740i, 740i xDrive, 750i xDrive, 745e xDrive iPerformance and M760i xDrive. Powertrain and various features are what sets these trim levels apart.

There are also some features worth mentioning that are unique to the various trim levels. The 740i and the 740i xDrive boast a power-sliding panoramic glass roof, heated front seats, armrests, and steering wheel, keyless entry and ignition, and four-zone automatic climate control. The 750i xDrive offers all the features on the 740i, plus premium leather upholstery and a head-up display. The 745e xDrive iPerformance is the plug-in hybrid 7 Series. And last but not least, the range-topping model, the M760i xDrive offers laminated glass for a quieter interior, faux-suede headliner, 20-inch performance tires and massing, heated and ventilated front seats.

2021 BMW 7 Series Interior

2021 BMW 7 Series Horsepower

All trims have slight differences in terms of the engine, from the number of cylinders to the amount of horsepower produced. The 740i and 740i xDrive have a V6, 3.0-liter turbocharged engine, powering about 335 hp. The 740i xDrive is with the same 3.0-liter turbocharged engine but is configured with an all-wheel drive drivetrain as standard.

The 745e xDrive iPerformance is the plug-in hybrid model of the 7 Series. It is equipped with the same 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine and is additionally paired with a battery pack and an electric motor. Both power systems have a combined output of 389 hp. This trim comes standard with all-wheel drive and also improves fuel economy. Upgrading to the 750i xDrive equips the 7 Series with a more powerful 4.4-liter eight-cylinder engine. Its performance delivers an exhilarating experience, producing a power output of 523 hp. This trim level is capable of going from zero to 60 in just under four seconds.

The M760i xDrive is referred to as a range-topping model due to its engine. Its 6.6-liter turbocharged V12 engine offers the most power out of the five available trims. With this engine, the BMW 7 Series M760i xDrive delivers an incredible 601 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. All engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters for greater handling control.

BMW 7 Series Safety

Some of the 7 Series standard safety features include a surround-view camera system, parking sensors to alert you of obstructions you may not notice, forward collision mitigation and lane departure warning. Other distinguished driver assistance safety technologies include blind-spot monitoring and pedestrian detection, making the 7 Series both comfortable and safe.

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BMW 7 Series Questions

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