BMW offers the 2013 BMW 7 Series 740i, 750i, 760i, 2013 BMW 7-Series Alpine B7 and ActiveHybrid models. Extended-wheelbase versions of the 740i, 750i and 760i “Li” position, while versions with all-wheel drive shown in the “xDrive.” BMW has redesigned its Communications drive, adds new graphics and 3-D elements to the display, the best setting direction elements. The 2013 BMW 7-Series features new front seats, revised on lighting and room to improve sound insulation for a quieter cabin.
2013 BMW 7 Series Optional Features
The options available for the 2013 BMW 7-Seriess include key Steering Active, raising the comfort of rear-seat entertainment system BMW for more seats, to the Bang & Olufsen surround-sound, self-parking technology, the M Sport package, Executive package, personalization and.
2013 BMW 7 Series Engine
BMW 740i is equipped with a turbocharged, 3.0-liter new, inline 6-cylinder engine generating 315 horsepower. The BMW 750i variants have a twin-turbocharged, 4.4L, V-8 engine producing upto 445 horsepower, with the variable valve timing. Both engines are paired with the automatic transmission 8-speed drive wheels at the rear of the new, or, for xDrive, all four wheels. These models of fuel-saving automatic stop / start technology and Driving Dynamics with Eco Pro mode and ‘coasting “.
Performance-tuned version of the of the BMW 750i is the B7 Alpine. Engine produces 500 horsepower and 516 lb. ft. Of torque. BMW 760Li model shows twin-turbocharged V-12 engine generating 535 horsepower and 550 lb. ft. Of torque from 1,500-5,000 rpm.
The 2013 BMW 7-SeriesActiveHybrid replaces the previous V-8 engine with a 740i model of turbo-6 engine. Combined with an electric motor and a battery pack Lithium-ion, the ActiveHybrid create a combined 349 horsepower while providing 14% better fuel economy than the 740i in the EU test cycle, according to BMW. Electricity alone, the ActiveHybrid and may cover up to 2.5 miles, speeds up to 37 Mph, the automaker claims. Fuel-economy ratings for the 2013 BMW 7 Series models had not been invented at the time of writing this overview.
2013 BMW 7 Series Safety
2013 BMW 7-Series safety-related situation highlights include the Protection Active pre-crash technology, Attention Assistant, BMW assist Automatic Collision Notification, the camera repairs and front and park rear to help anesthesia. Safety options include Enhanced Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Night Vision with pedestrian, blind-spot monitoring system, active LED camera lights and Surround View system.