Bmw 7 Series Suv
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CG Says: The BMW 7-Series is redesigned for 2016 on an all-new chassis that is 1.1 inches longer than the previous long-wheelbase model. The new structure features aluminum and carbon fiber for weight savings and improved rigidity. The 740 models get a new turbocharged 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine; the 750 has a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 carried over from the previous-generation 7-Series. A 740e xDrive plug-in hybrid model is slated to debut later in the 2016 calendar year. As expected, a plethora of luxurious features is standard on the 2016 BMW 7-Series, such as power-closing doors, a hands-free power trunk lid, dual-pane panoramic sunroof, Wi-Fi Internet capability, wireless device charging, and adaptive air suspension. The standard iDrive infotainment interface includes a touchscreen that recognizes gestures for some controls. The optional Active Comfort Drive with Road Preview system uses a camera to detect changes in the oncoming road surface and adjusts the suspension accordingly. Available luxury features include heated armrests on the doors; an air ionizer that emits one of eight perfume scents; and a Touch Command Tablet for rear-seat passengers that offers driving information, various seat and infotainment controls, and Internet access via the car’s Wi-Fi system. The redesigned 7-Series is a technological tour de force that introduces a formidable array of ultra-luxurious features and cutting-edge gadgetry. It’s now a much more compelling competitor in its class—particularly against its primary rival, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
Back in the and 1950s, and 1960s, and 1970s, and 1980s, if you wanted to show people you were wealthy, you bought a luxury sedan. Back then, the luxury sedan was the pride of the auto industry: you’d buy a Cadillac, or a Lincoln, or a Mercedes-Benz, and then you’d drive around by yourself in this enormous five-passenger vehicle with a trunk so large that the Kennedy Space Center considered it an alternate site for rocket launches.
, emissions are difficult to control (due to more power being needed). While the outlook may seem bleak for SUVs, BMW may be taking on the challenge to produce an all-electric SUV. The rumored electric BMW X7 SUV - should it be produced- would emit zero carbon into the atmosphere. The design would be based off of the already-planned 2018 BMW X7 SUV, with the intention to compete with the upcoming Tesla Model X. If you’re curious to learn more about the slated 2018 BMW X7 and the rumors surrounding its electric counterpart, read on!