The BMW 7 Series is a mono-spec model. This means one trim level is available with performance, safety, convenience, and entertainment options along with select accessories allowing for additional personalization. Nevertheless, BMW does divide its model lines to designate drive differences. Thus, the 750 is composed of a rear-wheel drive 750i model as well as an all-wheel drive 750i xDrive model.
Both models are powered by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo gasoline V8 engine making 445 horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque. This engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission with manual shifting capabilities.
This model requires premium grade gasoline. The rear-wheel drive model makes an EPA-rated 17 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway. The all-wheel drive sedan makes an EPA-rated 16 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.
The rear-wheel drive 750i is priced from $94,600. This model is outfitted with 19-inch, double-spoke light alloy wheels wrapped with run-flat, all-season tires. Adaptive LED headlights, automatic high beams, and LED fog lights are included. All models come with power-folding, heated side mirrors and chrome accents.
Inside, cabins are dressed in Nappa leather with light poplar, chestnut, and American oak high-gloss woods among the trim choices. Some models include metal accents. Contoured, 20-way power seats with 4-way lumbar support is up front. A 600-watt Harman Kardon Surround Sound Audio System with 16 speakers is standard. All models come with a full-color heads-up display, a BMW navigation system with gesture control, a rearview camera, wireless charging, a Wi-Fi hotspot, 4-zone climate control, a power rear-window sunshade, and concierge services.
The all-wheel drive 750i xDrive is priced from $97,600. This model builds upon all the standard features found in the rear-wheel drive model.
The xDrive all-wheel drive system is a permanent system. Under normal driving conditions, xDrive distributes driver power between the front and rear axles, with 60 percent of that power sent to the rear wheels. Under certain conditions, 100 percent of that power is sent to the axle needing it, for example when roads are slippery.
All models feature dynamic damper control, an electronic limited-slip differential, and a self-leveling air suspension. All-wheel drive models bring in hill descent control. Driving dynamics control is also present, allowing the driver to choose between five drive modes. The xDrive is an excellent choice for people living in the Snowbelt.
Package upgrades include an M Sport package ($3,000), an autobahn package ($4,100) comprised of integral active steering and comfort drive, various driver assistance packages, and a collection of luxury seating ($3,900), rear executive lounge seating ($5,750), and interior design ($1,800) packages.
BMW charges extra for some items mainstream manufacturers include for no additional cost, such as for Apple CarPlay. When choosing package upgrades, request inclusion of such features at no extra charge to you.
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