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2020 BMW 7 Series


BMW’s most luxurious model is getting a makeover. The venerable 7 Series sedan enters its sixth generation with updated design, new technology, and a new engine. BMW’s flagship model also features a larger kidney grille that resembles a taller version of the redesigned 3 Series’ grille.

2020 BMW 7 Series


The engine in the base 740i is a 335-horsepower straight-six that can push the 7 Series from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds.

750i models will feature a twin-turbocharged V8 engine with 523 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. That’s 80 more horsepower than the outgoing V8 and an increase of 74 pound-feet of torque.

The most powerful engine in the 7 Series lineup is the 600-horsepower V12 in the M760i model. That engine pushes out over 600 pound-feet of torque and can rocket the M760i from 0 to 60 in just 3.6 seconds.

There will also be a hybrid 7 Series available with the launch of the redesigned model. That powertrain includes an inline six-cylinder mated to an electric motor for a combined horsepower output of 389.

2020 BMW 7 Series


Owners of the base 7 Series will have a choice between six different colors of Dakota leather upholstery. Drivers who want to splurge will have six different color options of Nappa leather with extended quilting. The interior trim of the redesigned 7 Series can be outfitted with American Dark Oak wood trim with metal inlay or Poplar Grain Metallic Grey high-gloss wood trim, among other options.

For those who want the utmost comfort in their 7 Series, BMW is offering Executive Lounge Seating for both front and rear occupants. That package adds a massaging function to both front seats, as well as ventilation for all seats. You also get quad-zone automatic climate control so that each passenger can feel at home.

BMW has made jumps in its autonomous driving technology with the 2020 7 Series. Cameras and radar around the German sedan gather data to determine if the computer system needs to intervene. The system can alert the driver, apply the brakes automatically, or even correct the vehicle’s steering.

BMW will offer Active Driving Assistant, which includes lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear collision preparation, and cross traffic alert. With all of this new technology the redesigned 7 Series can almost drive itself, and who knows – someday it might.