The 2011 BMW 7 Series Sedan is the widest range ever in its 23 year history, comprising a total of 15 models.
Along with the 750i xDrive, the 750Li xDrive, and the 760Li introduced last fall, the 2011 line is supplemented by the first 6-cylinder 7 Series since 1992. The BMW Alpina B7 returns on the new BMW 7 Series platform as four models: Standard and long wheelbase versions, as well as in rear wheel drive and xDrive versions.
BMW announces the U.S. debut of the 7 Series with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine. Featuring BMW’s award-winning inline-6 engine that produces V-8 power on six-cylinder fuel consumption, the new 2011 BMW 740i and BMW 740Li achieve a remarkable balance of power, efficiency, and sporty driving dynamics.
The 2011 750i and 750Li are the first 7 Series models ever to be offered with BMW’s highly lauded xDrive All-Wheel-Drive system.
With its center stack lightly angled toward the driver, the control center promotes the driver’s intuitive mastery of the vehicle: this is always a hallmark of BMW interior design. The interior’s concept, layout, technology and design focus equally on the driver’s needs and the passengers’ well-being.
The 2011 7 Series models add a new way of distributing ambiance lighting. Harmonious illumination not only helps occupants orient themselves in the cabin at night, but also enhances the interior’s high-quality character.
A new esthetic is delivered by a new moonroof design. Its 23.6 x 36.2-inch glass area makes the interior feel brighter and roomier; its front edge is curved parallel to the roof’s front edge for an unusual design touch.
Base model estimated mpg: 17/25
Estimated starting price: $71,025
Compiled by Motor Matters

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