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BMW's flagship 7-Series offers regular and long wheelbases, all-wheel-drive, and a trio of appealing engines: a 315 horsepower 3-liter turbocharged inline-6, a 445 horsepower 4.4-liter turbocharged V-8, and a 535 horsepower 6-liter turbocharged V-12. 750 models use the potent 4.4 V-8.
A host of option packages provide further customization. The Cold Weather Package adds a heated steering wheel with wood inlay, heated rear seats, and a ski bag. You can also opt for the Executive Package, which includes BMW Apps, ceramic controls, ventilated front seats, power rear- and side-window shades, smartphone integration, a heads-up display, and leather-finished instrument panel. The Lighting Package features full-LED lighting and auto high-beams.
The M Sport Package, meanwhile, adds some sportiness with its anthracite headliner, 19-inch light-alloy wheels, body kit, Shadowline exterior trimming, and increased top-speed limiter. The Driver Assistance Package highlights safety with Lane Departure Warning, Active Blind Spot Detection, side- and top-view cameras, and speed-limit information. BMW Individual Composition specifies Alcantara or anthracite headliner, Shadowline exterior trim, a leather instrument panel, individual door-sill finishers, 19-inch light-alloy wheels, upgraded full-Merino leather in six color options, and three upgraded interior trim options. The Rear Entertainment Package includes rear-seat audio and video systems, and a six-disc DVD changer. Finally, the Luxury Rear Seating package, exclusive to the 750Li and 750Li xDrive, has massaging rear seats, rear seat ventilation, and rear comfort seats.
The BMW 750 occupies a luxury segment that caters to specific tastes. For those who want The Ultimate Driving Machine, there is no other choice.
The base 750i comes rather well equipped. Outside, you'll find rear parking sensors, HID headlights, rain-sensing wipers, fog lamps and 19-by-8.5-inch V-Spoke aluminum wheels. Interior features include a sunroof, multi-zone climate control, 20-way Nappa leather seats and a 600-watt AM/FM/CD/DVD/SiriusXM audio system with 16 speakers.
The key difference between the 750i xDrive and the base 750i is a standard all-wheel drive system. The xDrive model also features Hill Decent Control, which maintains constant speed in steep downhill situations.
The 750Li adds 5.5 inches to the 750i's wheelbase, all of it allocated to limousine-like legroom for the rear seat.
The 750Li xDrive has more rear-seat legroom than the 750i xDrive thanks to a wheelbase that's stretched by 5.5 inches.
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