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BMW’s full-size 7-Series lineup hit the market in 1977 and had managed to maintain a firm hold on the premium sedan market since its release. Coming into the 2013 model year, however, the BMW 760 – the pinnacle of the 7-Series lineup – has many more competitors to fend off than it has in the past.
The 2013 760 comes into the 2013 model year with just a few minor changes, including some mild exterior changes, and upgraded headlight and audio systems. The 760 has just a single trim level, and that is the 760Li. The 760Li comes standard with a 6.0-liter V-12 engine that tears up concrete with 535 horsepower and 550 foot-pounds of torque. Link that up to the 760Li’s eight-speed automatic transmission and you get a 0-to-60 time of 4.5 seconds and EPA estimates of 13 mpg city and 20 mpg highway.
The BMW 760 comes in only a single trim level and that is the Li. On the outside, the 2013 BMW 760Li comes standard with a self-leveling air suspension for perfect ride quality regardless of the road conditions, Active Roll Stabilization to help keep the sedan planted in the corners, 19-by-8.5-inch light-alloy wheels for added style, full LED headlights and fog lights for optimal vision, and Climate Comfort laminated glass to keep cool and hot air on the outside. On the inside, the 760LI comes standard with 20-way power seats covered in Nappa leather for awesome driving comfort, Burled Walnut trim for a luxurious look, a four-zone climate-control system to keep the cabin at a perfect temperature, and a 16-speaker, 600-watt audio system with a six-disc CD changer.
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