With a serene ride, high-tech features that cater to every whim, thoughtful touches in a comfortable and beyond-impeccable cabin, and impenetrable interior silence, the new BMW 7 Series delivers a first-class travel experience. After years of trailing the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the 7 Series has outscored the big Benz in our tests. With weight-saving carbon construction, the BMW is not only quick but also fuel efficient.
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BMW 7 Series Road Test

With a serene ride, high-tech features that cater to every whim, thoughtful touches in a comfortable and beyond-impeccable cabin, and impenetrable interior silence, the new BMW 7 Series delivers a first-class travel experience.

After years of trailing the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the 7 Series has outscored the big Benz in our tests. With weight-saving carbon construction, the BMW is not only quick but also fuel efficient. It's smart enough to steer itself, or brake on its own if you fail to. And its clamped-down, über-serious driving motif is better balanced with luxury and comfort.

The 750i can still claim fast-lane dominance, but its plushness, newfound attention to detail, refinement, efficiency, and relative user-friendliness give it a clear edge. Our 750i xDrive had a smoother transmission, more intuitive controls, and substantially better fuel economy.

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The 740i might be sufficient but if you want all-wheel drive, you're forced to get the 750i.
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sedan 750i V8-cyl 8-speed Automatic
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