The BMW 7 Series is now considered a genuine contender in its division. Evidently, BMW has put in a lot of dedication and time into the development of this machine. The 7 Series might not be able to provide drivers with the ultimate driving experience per se, but it focuses more on sharp handling technology, refinement, and luxury. These are the areas where the 7 Series excels. Long before the 7 Series, Mercedes, Jaguar, and Audi used to excel in those areas. As of now, the 7 Series has surpassed all other contenders with its onboard technology, serious sense of refinement, and blend of style.
In terms of appearance, the 7 Series remains almost the same. However, there is one noteworthy area in which 7 looks slightly sharper than its predecessor. This car is definitely a car for business person who wants luxury that retains modesty. For drivers seeking to be impactful with their car, BMW has an alternative sports version of the 7 Series with larger alloy wheels and cooler bumpers. Interiorly, the 7 Series is a masterpiece. There is not a single piece of plastic in the cabin. Its entire surface is trimmed with varnished wood or leather. Every 7 Series model is equipped with gesture control, four zones climate control, autonomous parking, night vision cameras, and navigation. As expected from a large car such as the 7 Series, it is indeed a spacious interior. Not to mention, there is yet another version of the 7 Series that offers more rear passenger space.
The engine is a 3.0-liter 6 cylinder diesel which offers 261 bhp. It can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 6.1 seconds and achieve a top speed of 155 mph. The gearbox is an 8-speed automatic. In terms of performance, the 7 Series is smooth and powerful with a huge variety of interior tech and just enough style.