BMW's high tech luxury 7-Series new facelift has adorned the car with a more assertive presence, borrowing design cues from the X7 including the huge front kidney grille. As usual with the 7-Series BMW have fitted the car with all their latest tech, including the latest in semi-autonomous capability. Also of note is the plug-in hybrid 745e model has replaced the previous 740e and boosted it's all-electric range to 31-35 miles.
There are plenty of engine options for the BMW 7-Series with the M760Li xDrive taking it's place at the top of the pack. The most prestigious 7-Series deserves a large and refined V12 engine, with BMW opting for a 6.6L twin turbo variant. The large engine produces 585 PS (430 kW) between 5,250 and 5,750 rpm, with a peak torque figure of 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) coming in at a low 1,600 rpm and lasting all the way to 4,500 rpm. Other petrol options include the 4.4L twin-turbocharged V8 found in the BMW M850i, and a plug-in hybrid that uses an electric motor coupled to a small 12 kWh battery pack to assist the smaller engine and reduce fuel consumption. Every model receives the latest ZF 8-speed automatic transmission, and most have all-wheel drive fitted as standard.