2023 BMW 7 Series
2023 BMW 7 Series
2023 BMW 7 Series
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Experience the Power and Luxury of the BMW 7 Series

Some of the most spacious and luxurious sedans you can find on the market are in the BMW 7 Series. This series features full-size sedans packed with all the technology, comforts, and high-quality materials you expect from BMW. To make them even more appealing, there are also various high-powered engines to select from. The BMW 7 series is the go-to model for those who want a flagship vehicle from one of the best-known brands in the industry. Even with their size and power, the 7 Series models are highly efficient as well, giving you a well-rounded package.

Those who want a bit more room in their BMW 7 Series will appreciate the available long-wheelbase version that extends rear legroom, making this flagship even more comfortable for adults. The BMW 7 Series always delivers all the luxurious features premium drivers could want, with some standard and available features including Rear Executive Lounge Seating, heated armrests, and massaging seats.

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What's New with the 2023 BMW 7 Series?

For the very first time in its history, the 7 Series is now available fully electric. Featuring two highly efficient current-excited electric motors with a combined output of 536 horsepower [SOA3] and 549 lb-ft of instantaneous torque, the i7 xDrive60 will sprint from 0-60 in about 4.5 seconds while returning an estimated range of up to 300 zero-emission miles in utter silence and profound luxury (estimated range of up to 300 miles according to preliminary BMW AG tests based on the EPA's test procedure standards).

Outside, the expressive design features created for the exterior of the new BMW 7 Series authentically reflect its place atop the BMW luxury class. The vertically prominent front end, with the combination of the optional illuminated BMW kidney grille presiding as its centerpiece and two-piece split headlight units, give the new 7 Series a powerful and distinctive presence. The front-end design, developed specifically for BMW's flagship models, enables clear differentiation from the brand's other vehicles.

Inside the cabin, the new BMW Interaction Bar brings a whole new dimension to the interaction between the driver and vehicle. It combines function control, ambient lighting, and the ability to adjust its decorative appearance as desired into one fully integrated component. Entry into and exit from the vehicle are accompanied by a welcome/goodbye production incorporating lights on the BMW Interaction Bar. From the ambient lighting menu, the driver can decide which events the BMW Interaction Bar reacts to with dynamic light animations, e.g., incoming phone calls. The BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant can also appear on the BMW Interaction Bar in an artistic glow.

Get to Know the History of the BMW 7 Series

The BMW 7 Series began about four decades ago in the 1977 model year. The first generation was code-named E23 and was much larger than the previous E3 sedans, with more plush interior materials. It used the same M30 6-cylinder engine as the E3, though, with 2.5 to 3.4 liters of output. This generation also offered a 3.5-liter inline-6 along with a 3.4-liter and a 3.2-liter. This first generation saw the debut of ABS brakes. It even offered an in-car cell phone.

The 7 Series' second generation began in 1987 with the code name E32. It was longer and taller, with two choices of wheelbase. It retained the M30 engine, but added a 3.0-liter as well as a 4.0-liter V8 plus a 300-horsepower, 330-pound-foot 5.0-liter V12 which is what most drivers know this generation for. Technology also improved, including electronic stability control and traction control.

The E38 was the next generation of the BMW 7 Series, beginning with the 1995 model. It offered the choice of three wheelbases and a new diesel engine. The L7 was a personal limo that you could get with an interior partition, but only limited quantities were available in the U.S. The E38 Security version had factory armoring and was popular overseas.

More recently, the BMW E65, or fourth generation, arrived for the 2001 7 Series. It had unique styling and design language, which was softened in 2002 and in 2005. This generation also featured the iDrive infotainment system. The 2008 BMW 7 Series marked a new generation and a more familiar model for most drivers.

The BMW 7 Series is For Sale at BMW of Lynchburg

The BMW 7 Series is an outstanding choice for a full-size luxury sedan. You can count on BMW of Lynchburg to have a broad inventory of new and pre-owned vehicles for the Christiansburg and Lynchburg areas of Virginia. We'll be happy to guide you through the process of buying or leasing a vehicle and help you with any financing. Aside from the buying process, we'll also send you to our service department if your vehicle needs servicing. Visit us today at 2643 Lakeside Dr, Lynchburg, VA 24501, and we'll get you started in the process with a test drive!

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