2017 BMW 7 Series is intending to be the updated version of the current BMW. It’s more of an evolution than a revolution but, it’s still a good thing, right? It has been renovated mostly from the brand new styling, powertrain lineup, a one-size-fits-all wheelbase philosophy to a highly advanced interior both the design and the functionality. Let’s begin the review, shall we?
2017 BMW 7 Series Features
We must say that 2017 BMW 7 Series have a lot of features that help us very well, even for 740i form. For each 2017 BMW 7 series, the features are quite different. Let’s start with the 740i form. The 740i form has the following: real wood accents, seats made of leather, LED headlights, electronic limited-slip differential, 16-speaker audio system, 10-way power-adjustable front seats, panoramic sunroof, WiFi connectivity, soft-close automatic door operation, four-zone climate control, gesture control, smart cruise control, navigation and two-axle air suspension.
Another thing the 7 Series BMW features is BMW’s Display Key. It’s combined with the 2.2-inch touchscreen and works within the distance of 1000 foot. It functions as a remote car, to check the fuel range condition, and you can close the window with the car key as well. If you want to recharge it, just recharge it in the BMW 7 series’ center console – oh and one more thing, it’s a wireless charger.
On the other hand, 750i form has all the features 740i has but in exception to that, it adds quite a plentiful features such as premium leather, 19-inch wheels, power rear sun shade, a head-up display and 20-way power seats. If you choose something higher like 760i then you’re going to be granted with 20-inch wheels, a revised Driving Dynamics Control system, a unique M Aerodynamic Package and standard four-wheel steering.
There are optional features that are available as well. It offers a wide variety of equipment but, the best part of the optional features is Rear Executive Lounge Seating Package. The package includes 0-inch video screens for rear seat passengers and a 7-inch Samsung tablet that you can use to control seating position, air conditioning, ambient lighting, navigation and the likes. Though if you prefer to use it as a regular tablet and remove it from the car, that’s fine as well. For 740i and 750i, an M Sport Package is available as well. The package includes an aero kit, a sport exhaust system and 19-inch lightweight wheels.
Hopefully, 2017 BMW 7 Series is released soon.