2018 BMW 7 Series

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2018 BMW 7 Series is a total luxury sedan produced by the German BMW manufacturer since 1977. 2018 BMW 7 Series is a disestablished BMW E3 is 6th sedan and is currently the sixth generation. The 2018 7 Series is BMW’s flagship car and is only available as a sedan or extended length limousine. Traditionally, technologies and exterior design themes are introduced before reaching the smallest list of BMW sedans.

The first generation of the BMW 7 Series was powered by straight-6 gasoline engines, and the following generations have been powered by the straight-6, V8 and V12 engines both naturally aspirated and turbocharged. Since 1995, diesel has been in the 7 Series range. Its main competitors include the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Audi A8, Jaguar XJ, Maserati Quattroporte, and Lexus LS.

The sixth generation of the BMW 7 Series revealed the June 10, 2015 BMW headquarters in Munich. The G11 and G12, which is the code name for the extended wheelbase model, there are first BMW passenger cars that are based on the modular BMW Clara platform (cluster properties). As development was heavily focused on reducing weight and increasing the strength of the construction, the body construction uses a combination of high-strength polymer-reinforced carbon fiber (CFRP) and aluminum. Suspension air springs both axles which are electronic adjustable dampers.

2018 BMW 7 Series Engine

The engine range consists of a 4.8-liter V8 4.4-liter engine and three modular BMW B-series engine architecture – two 3.0-liter and six-in-line petrol and diesel engines, and one engine Four in-line 2.0-liter models for the plug-hybrid model – known as 740E. Initially, each engine will be available with an 8-speed automatic transmission, which can also be integrated into the satellite navigation system.

The G11 is the first BMW 7 Series to install the plug-in hybrid variant, known as 740E. The new model successfully restored ActiveHybrid7 instead undersold, which evolved from a hybrid-based 750i tuned to a full 740i based hybrid in 2014 and in the LCI (Life Pulse) variant. The 740E is marketed as the performance of the BMW car, not as a member of the BMW i sub-brand.

BMW Alpina B7 (xDrive)

In February the 2016 BMW North America announced Alpina B7 (xDrive), which features 608-horsepower V8 twin-turbo 4.4-liter engine delivering 800 N.m pair. The sporty version B7 Alpina of the BMW 7 Series. It runs from 0 to 100 km / h 3.7s [0-60 mph: 3.6s], (RWD model, RHD only: 0-100 km/h: 4.2s) and A topspeed of 310 km / h (193 mph).

2018 BMW 7 Series xDrive M760Li

After a few days, BMW announced M760Li xDrive version V12 6.6L biturbo of the ghost of Rolls-Royce, Wraith and Dawn, including the all-wheel drive that features 600 hp and 800Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque. As advertised, and then press from stopped to 100 km/3.9s. But when it became known at the Geneva Auto Show in 2016, the numbers change: From the same V6 of 6.6L, it is now 610 hp (10 BHP), 800Nm (unchanged) and a 0-100 km/h: 3.7s (0.2s Low).

2018 BMW 7 Series Coupe

2018 BMW 7 Series Coupe

The maximum speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph), but the optional M driver package, the limiter at 305 km/h (189 mph). I M760Li xDrive is the first car on all passenger wheels with a V12 engine that before the difference in the gear housing mounted adjacent to the side of the engine, and the transfer of the gearbox To send the power of the front axle.

2018 BMW 7 Series iPerformance

And in February 2016, BMW announced the launch of designation of the “Performance” model, which will be delivered to all BMW plug-in hybrid vehicles since July 2016. The aim is to provide an indication of a significant transfer of technology from the BMW i central BMW brand. The new name will be used for the first time in the hybrid plug-in variants of the latest BMW 7 Series, BMW Performance 740E before the first plug-in hybrids.

2018 BMW 7 Series M

2018 BMW 7 Series M

BMW 7 Series 2018

BMW 7 Series 2018

The 740E performance at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, and the BMW xDrive M760Li (see above) and BMW I8 Protonic Red Edition special edition model. Sales of the 740E Performance expected to begin in mid-2016. The 740E performance boasts the same powertrain as the already introduced xDrive40e BMW X5 plug-in hybrid, and has an all-electric reach of 25 miles (40km) to 23 miles (37 km) to the 2018 BMW 7 Series xDrive version).