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BMW 7 Series Review

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BMW 7 Series, the flagship of BMW and incorporates everything BMW is known for and features an excellent level of innovation, luxury and automation.

Looks & Appearance:-

At the front, the full casing of the substantial and upright kidney grille emerges unmistakably, giving the BMW 7 Series it’s dynamic, forward-flow character. The air inlet below the grille is divided into three parts extended along the whole front below the grille, providing this sedan with a totally distinct and appealing appearance. Equipped with laser technology front headlamps are connected with the kidney grille by a horizontal strip, making it even bolder. In the side view, the delicately descending roofline follows a particularly rich outline. Fringe chromed window plots blend flawlessly into the Hofmeister wrinkle. The twofold crease with coordinated entryway handles reaches out from the front to the backlights in two exact lines. They make a tight region between them which shows up as a consistent band of light because of the exchange amongst light and shade in the side surface, stressing both the length and parallel tallness of the BMW 7 Series. The exact appearance of this car is supported by a chrome-plated trim that extends from the Air-intake and extends along the entire side of the vehicle. 

Interior & Luxury:-

At the front, the full casing of the substantial and upright kidney grille emerges unmistakably, giving the BMW 7 Series it’s dynamic, forward-flow character. The air inlet below the grille is divided into three parts extended along the whole front below the grille, providing this sedan with a distinct and appealing appearance. Equipped with laser technology front headlamps are connected with the kidney grille by a horizontal strip, making it even bolder. In the side view, the delicately descending roofline follows a particularly rich outline. Fringe chromed window plots blend flawlessly into the Hofmeister wrinkle. The twofold wrinkle with coordinated entryway handles reaches out from the front to the backlights in two exact lines. They make a tight region between them which shows up as a consistent band of light because of the exchange amongst light and shade in the side surface, stressing both the length and parallel tallness of the BMW 7 Series. The exact appearance of this car is supported by a chrome-plated trim that extends from the Air-intake and extends along the entire side of the vehicle. 

Engine & Transmission:-

Loaded with state-of-the-art features and luxury, this BMW comes with a 4.4-liter V8 petrol engine that churns about 450bhp of power and 650Nm of peak torque and the 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine that produces about 265bhp of power and 620Nm of maximum torque. Both the engines are mated to the eight-speed automatic transmission. The all-wheel-drive ensures that you do not run out of traction at any given point. The two-axle Air Suspension adjusts the height of the car without depending on the load factor. It can even increase or reduce the ground clearance by 30mm depending on the road conditions. 

Performance:-

The treatment of the 7 Series is truly outstanding in its portion. The driver can pick between various driving modes to suit the driving conditions (Comfort, Comfort+, Sport, Sport+, Eco Pro, Adaptive). The new 7 Series is lithe with regards to dealing with attributes and this is one of the most grounded USP of this car. In spite of its length, it is agile and has the excellent taking care of ability.

 Engine& Transmission

Top Speed (in kmph) 250
Acceleration (0-100 Kmph) 5.4 Seconds
Engine Displacement 2993 cc
Maximum Power 262 bhp @ 4000 RPM
Maximum Torque (Nm @ Max. RPM) 620 Nm @ 2000 RPM
Engine Details TwinPower Turbo 6-cylinder Engine
Turning radius (in m) 5.9 meters
No. of Cylinders 6, Inline
Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
Transmission Automatic
Turbocharger/ Supercharger Turbocharged
Valves Per Cylinder 4, DOHC
Compression Ratio 16.5:1
Fuel Supply Diesel
Gear Box 8 Gears
Steering Type Rack & Pinon
Fuel Efficiency City (kmpl) 11 kmpl (approx.)
Valve Configuration 4, DOHC
Bore X Stroke 84 mm x 90 mm
Fuel Efficiency Highway (kmpl) 14 kmpl (approx.)
Emission Norms 149 g/km

 CAPACITY

Seating Capacity 4 Person
No. of Doors 4 doors
Length (in mm) 5219mm
Width (in mm) 1902mm
Height (in mm) 1481mm
Ground Clearance (in mm) 152 mm
Front Track (in mm) 1600mm
Rear Track (in mm) 1665mm
Wheel Base (in mm) 3210 mm
Kerb Weight (in kg) 1950 kg
Gross Weight (in kg) 2410kg
Front Headroom (in mm) 1030mm
Front Legroom (in mm)
Rear Headroom (in mm) 941mm
Rear Legroom (in mm)
Fuel Tank Capacity (liters) 70
Cargo Volume (in litres) 450-litres
Tyre Type Tubeless,Radial

 Braking System

Front Disc
Rear Disc
Parking Yes
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