BMW7 Series

BMW 7 Series

Flagships demonstrate strength. "This is what we can do," these cars say with emphasis. Since 1977, the 7 Series has been a rolling showcase of BMW's capability. Sure, BMW makes racecars, but the mighty 7 is a proud reminder that the Roundel also stands for luxury. Except the 7 Series has been…

BMW M760i Drivers' Notes | V12 luxury with a mighty big backseat

V12 baby, but so much more.

Power, elegance and a huge backseat.
Gesture controls must die

Stop them now before they get traction.
BMW M8 spied gettin' jiggy at the Nurburgring

It looks like the big coupe can dance.

The car is likely based on the fullsize 7-Series sedan.

For Sale

2014 BMW 7 Series
$36,900 / 27,085 miles / CA
2015 BMW 7 Series
$54,900 / 11,985 miles / CA
2013 BMW 7 Series
$33,900 / 35,471 miles / CA
Bosch has an advanced self-parking system slated for 2019

Time to throw out that tennis ball on a string in the garage.

Home Zone Park Assist is another baby step on the road to autonomous cars.
BMW M760i Drivers' Notes | V12 luxury with a mighty big backseat
We spent this week with the 2017 BMW M760i, the V12-powered luxury sedan that sits atop the 7-Series range. This is not an M car in the vein of the M3 or M5.
Not an M7 | 2017 BMW M760i xDrive First Drive
We drive the M-tuned M760i on a track and find this big sedan is capable but definitely not the M7 some might be expecting. It's just as luxurious as any 7.
2016 BMW 7 Series First Drive [w/video]
The BMW 7 Series is improved with more technology, added luxury, and features a carbon-fiber structure for 2016. We head to Monticello, NY to test it out.
BMW recalls 2016 7 Series because airbags might not deploy

BMW will recall the 2016 7 Series because a short circuit can potentially prevent the airbags from deploying. There are no reports of accidents or injuries.
BMW calling in 76k vehicles over airbag issues

Vehicles these days are typically fitted with a mat in the front passenger seat that determines whether that airbag needs to be activated in the event of a collision and how it should deploy. But that system doesn't always work, as Mercedes recently found in its SL-Class roadster and as Suzuki did before it with the Grand Vitara and SX4 crossovers. Now a crop of BMW vehicles have befallen the same issue, prompting the Bavarian automaker to cooperate with the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin
BMW recalling 7 Series over inadvertently opening doors

There are 7,485 BMW 7 Series sedans involved in a recall over a software glitch that can cause the sedan's doors to open unintentionally "due to road or driving conditions or occupant contact with the door." The issue was discovered in Japan in 2007, covering cars from the 2005 to 2007 model years, and it led to a recall there that same year.

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