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BMW's full-size premium vehicle is the 7 Series. Only the long-wheelbase version is offered in India, and the emphasis is on rear-seat comfort. However, true to BMW DNA, the 7 Series is one of the few limos that provides a lot of driving enjoyment.
The face-lifted 7-Series was introduced in India in 2019; the large BMW comes with 3.0-litre straight-six petrol and diesel engines. There's also a petrol-electric hybrid and a V12 turbo-petrol version. Except for the 745Le xDrive and M760Li xDrive, which are sold as entirely built-up cars, the new BMW 7 Series is constructed locally at the BMW Group Plant in Chennai.
The BMW 7 Series is offered with a 3.0 liter (2998 cc) straight-six diesel engine with 265 hp and 620 Nm, a 3.0 liter (2993 cc) straight-six petrol engine with 340 hp and 450 Nm, and a hybrid powertrain that uses an electric motor along with the 3.0-liter petrol engine. The combined output is rated at 394 hp and 600 Nm. Another engine option is available on the top-spec M760Li variant; It's a 6.6-liter (6592 cc) turbocharged V12 petrol engine with 609 hp and 850Nm.
The 7 Series is offered in both petrol and diesel fuel types.
All the engines on the 7 Series come mated to an 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
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The face-lifted 7-Series was introduced in 2019, and for the first time, it featured a plug-in hybrid version. The next-generation 7 Series is also expected to be revealed sometime soon. It has been on testing for a while.
The BMW 7 Series comes in different variants; 1 diesel, 3 petrol, and 1 hybrid. They are as follows: 730Ld DPE Signature, 740Li M Sport, 740Li M Sport Edition, 745Le xDrive, and M 760Li xDrive. It has 10 attractive colour options - Imperial Blue Brilliant Effect Metallic, Alpine White, Mineral White, Black Sapphire Metallic, Metallic, Arctic Grey Brilliant Effect metallic, Royal Burgundy Brilliant Effect metallic, Bernina Grey Amber Effect metallic, Individual Tanzanite BlueBlack, and Individual Dravit Grey.
Top features on the BMW 7 Series include adaptive LED headlights with BMW Laserlight technology, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, BMW Live Cockpit Professional, two 10.2-inch full HD screens in the second row, adaptive air suspension on both axles, panoramic glass roof sky lounge with LED light graphics, 16-speaker Harman Kardon music system, bespoke leather upholstery, ambient air package, ambient lighting, four-zone automatic climate control, active seat ventilation, massage function, electrically adjustable comfort seats, BMW Intelligent Assistant, and gesture control.
Key safety features on the BMW 7 Series include six airbags, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) including Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Attentiveness Assistance, and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC). It has an electronic vehicle immobilizer and a crash sensor, ISOFIX child seat mounting, an electric parking brake with the auto-hold option. There is also side-impact protection, an emergency spare wheel, Reversing Assistant, and Parking Assistant Plus with a Surround View Camera.
The BMW 7 Series is available at a price range of Rs 1.41 crore to Rs 2.46 crore (ex-showroom). The BMW 7 Series competes with other luxury limousines in the Indian market, such as the Audi A8, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Jaguar XJ, and the Lexus LS500h.
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The 7 Series is the perfect blend of athleticism and elegant demeanour.
The limousine looks highly elegant on the outside. The slim body lines give it a powerful and sophisticated appeal without sacrificing its aggressive appeal.
The 7 Series is one of the few cars to feature a plug-in hybrid variant. The hybrid setup includes a 3.0-liter petrol engine and an electric motor, with a total power output of 394 hp. Fuel efficiency is also rated at an excellent 39.5 km-pl.
Upscale cabin, the quality of materials used is top-notch, in line with the car's price tag.
BMW has equipped the 7 series with state-of-the-art technology.
It has unbelievable driving dynamics for a luxury limousine. Primarily when dialled in the sports mode, the 7 Series performs brilliantly. The steering wheel provides good feedback, and the body roll is well curtailed.
All the engines on the 7 series offer a lot of oomph, and a glorious V12 is also available.
The dashboard design won't wow you. Moreover, it looks similar to the cheaper BMW vehicles.
The plus-sized kidney grille won't match everyone's taste.
The audio assistant system, however, is triggered by Indian accents. Similarly, variable gesture control is unlikely to be your preferred method of controlling the infotainment system.
The ride quality isn't as plush as the S-Class.
The 7 Series is BMW's full-size luxury limousine, with opulent interiors, cutting-edge technology, and unrivalled comfort. It's a big automobile, but its variants determine whether it looks like a stately limousine or a sporty one. The 7 Series is a tech fiesta on the inside. There are numerous screens, and features such as gesture control for the infotainment system make it feel unique. The leather interior and the aluminium buttons align with the car's price tag. All variants come with silky-smooth engines, whether inline-six diesel, petrol, or the firebreather V12. The 7 Series's smooth ride flattens out all the road irregularities. If you drive the 7 Series hard on a twisting road, you'll notice that it's more agile than its size would suggest.
The petrol engine is refined and provides buttery smooth performance. The diesel engine is also not slow and is relatively quiet. The hybrid 745Le is environmentally friendly, while the V12-powered M760Li is the ultimate Seven. Air suspension is standard on all models. Although the ride is pillowy soft at low speeds, and composed at high speeds, it falls short of being best-in-class.
The 2022 BMW 7-series ticks many boxes if you're seeking a large car, especially with its roomy cabin and luxury options. When it comes to choosing the perfect variant, honestly, you can't go wrong with any version of the BMW 7 Series. The standard six-cylinder diesel and petrol engine will appeal to usual chauffeur-driven consumers. It's ideal for this car's laid-back personality. It has a lot of guts when you need it, but it's also quiet and smooth. Meanwhile, if you are looking to take the wheel more often, the V12 should be your ultimate choice.
Body Type Sedan
Fuel Type Petrol
ARAI Mileage 7.96 kmpl
Seating Capacity 4