2015 BMW 7 Series Review, Price and Pictures – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the BMW 7-Series Concept. 2015 BMW 7 Series changes is one brand new car from BMW that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 BMW 7 Series Release Date.
Even more than five years into its current generation, the 2015 BMW 7-Series remains the brand’s flagship vehicle, and one of the most technologically advanced sedans in the world. A constant stream of updates to the 7er have kept it relevant–and this year, it gains a diesel model and standardized leather dashes and LED headlamps in the V-8 models.
BMW’s flagship sedan was updated in 2013 with a new grille, fascias, and LED lamps, so changes for 2014 are few, limited to enhanced telemetrics and some revised option packages. The Bangle-butt is long gone; the revisions help conceal the car’s age. It comes in a plethora of configurations: there are three engines, including a turbo inline-six (740), a V-8 (750), and a V-12 (760); a standard eight-speed automatic, two wheelbases, optional xDrive, a hybrid, and an Alpina performance version.
2015 BMW 7 Series Price
Pricing for the new 2015 BMW 7 Series has been set at $71,760 – $74,760 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 BMW 7 Series we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 BMW 7 Series Interior
There are six different powerplants offered in the 2015 BMW 7-Series 740i, 750i, 760i, Active Hybrid 7, the top-performance Alpina B7, and the new diesel-powered 740Ld xDrive. All of these models include standard rear-wheel drive–with exception to the diesel’s standard all-wheel drive–and many offer all-wheel drive, too. While those who appreciate the 7-Series’ sport-sedan pedigree will be able to parse out (and appreciate) the finer differences between these models, across the board you’ll surely find that the 7-Series models accelerate swiftly, with amazing grip and more poise from a vehicle this size. These are for the most part surprisingly satisfying sedans for the driver, although comfort, luxury, and tech are at the top and that also shows more for some models than others.
An optional rear-seat entertainment package adds an iDrive controller and two 9.2-inch screens, cleverly “floated” behind the rear seats rather than integrated into them. And on the audio front, a new Bang & Olufsen Surround Sound system brings 16 speakers, active digital signal processing, and Dirac Dimensions technology.
2015 BMW 7 Series Exterior
The refresh also brought new ambient lighting, more sound insulation, and other small changes to the interior make it a more comfortable, engaging place to travel. We still haven’t revisited the 7-Series since then, but we hope to soon update those with proper 2015-model-year impressions.
A revised version of BMW’s iDrive interface is included in all 7-Series models. So is a new navigation system adds 3D elements to the display, thanks to a more powerful 1.3-GHz processor and a dedicated 3D graphics card, improving the overall speed of the system as well. And what makes this latest iDrive better is its revised menu system, revised navigation displays, and expanded voice control–including voice-to-text features and other voice editing tools.
2015 BMW 7 Series Engine
These models are more than 200 pounds lighter than V-8 versions, so you might find handling more nimble and enjoyable as well. 750i and 750iL models step up to V-8 engines that were all-new last year. The twin-turbo, 4.4-liter V-8 makes 445 hp and 480 lb-ft of torque, and these models can charge to 60 mph in an automaker-cited 4.7 seconds. The 760Li might sound like one of the performance leaders of the group and it is, with 537 hp from its twin-turbo V-12–but it’s the portly one in the lineup. The true athlete here is the performance-focused Alpina B7, which has a special version of the V-8 underhood that makes 540 horsepower and 538 pound-feet. In addition to that, you get a suspension that’s firmer than any of the other models can manage in Sport mode, as well as bigger brakes, and other enhancements. The 0-60 mph time is just 4.5 seconds here. The all-new 740Ld xDrive is powered by a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel inline six, capable of producing 255-horsepower and a hefty 413-lb-ft of torque. That motivates the diesel 7er from 0-60 in 6.1 seconds.