A carry-over from 2006, the 7-Series is a four-door five-passenger luxury car which is the flagship of the BMW line. The 7-Series is offered in either the 750i or the extended wheelbase 750Li, both with a 4.8-liter V8 engine that produces 300 horsepower, or the 760Li that features a 6.0-liter V12 engine that distributes 438 horsepower. There is also a high-performance variant powered by a 500 hp 4.4L supercharged V8 called the ALPINA B7. All models feature a six-speed automatic transmission.Read more Read less
BMW has enhanced the 2007 7-Series with a number of new options, more standard features and a new model available in very limited quantities. BMW Roadside Assistance is now included for four years. The Individual Package upgrades the interior with Merino leather, an assortment of exclusive wood trim selections, and new 20-inch alloy wheels. Following today's audio trends, there is now an auxiliary input for an iPod. Parking in tight quarters has been made easier with power-folding exterior mirrors. BMW Alpina B7, new for 2007, is a limited-edition 7-Series with a supercharged V8 that makes a remarkable 500 horsepower and 516 lb-ft. of torque.
Power; luxury; exceptional driving dynamics; prestige.
The 2007 BMW 7-Series offers drivers the opportunity to experience the ultimate luxury version of BMW's ultimate driver's car. While all BMWs offer a balance of power, handling and fun, the 7-Series does so with a full-size high-end cabin. There are other full-size sedans that offer this sort of spaciousness, and a few luxury sedans that have similar amounts of wood, leather, and other high quality materials. But if you enjoy truly driving your luxury sedan, only a BMW 7-Seires can successfully scratch that itch.