750i xDrive M Sport
BMW recently refreshed the 7 Series, giving it the brand’s “LCI” treatment. With that came some famously large Kidney Grilles, an update to its iDrive system and gauge cluster, as well as a new engine for the BMW 750i. With a new state of tune, giving the 750i the same power output as the BMW M850i, it now makes 523 hp with 0-100 kmh in 3.9 seconds, which is seriously rapid, especially for a big luxury sedan.
The M Sport Package includes the M Sport Exhaust, 20-inch Wheels, M Sport steering wheel, M Sport Aerodynamics, Shadowline Exterior trim, Anthracite Headliner, M Seat Belts, M Door Sills and Foot Rest. Along with the added xDrive all-wheel drive and bold new grille, the 7 Series range also gets new front-end sheet metal including a taller bonnet, new front guards, slimmer headlights, revised bumpers front and rear, and new tail-lights with illumination that reaches from side to side.
Equipment in the 750i xDrive is bolstered by the addition of anti-roll stabilisation, 20-inch polished alloy wheels, night-vision camera and BMW’s latest-generation iDrive infotainment system (including ‘Hey BMW’ conversational commands), plus a new all-digital instrument cluster – ditching the chrome-ringed and more traditional look of the old digital display.
Power comes from BMW's 4.4-liter V8 twin turbo with 523 hp and 750 Nm. Coupled with ZF 8-speed gearbox and xDrive drivetrain, the 750i is capable of a 0 to 100kmh in M car territory time of 4.0 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to 250 kmh.