New 2017 BMW 750i – Release Date and Review

2017 BMW 750i review

The 2017 BMW 750 series redesign has brought the much-needed groove back. This is especially so as it comes with proven powertrains, a raft of new technologies, impeccably refined engines, a standard adaptive air suspension system, and bountiful of desirable luxury features. The BMW 750i xDrive release date is expected before the fall of next year.

2017 BMW 750i exterior, front view, headlights, grille and badges

By and large, the outgoing BMW 7 Series was excellent car in many respects. But even so, it wasn’t the only vehicle that was being reinvented, rivals, too, were being spruced up to better their position in the segment rankings. For 2017, BMW has gone a notch higher in terms of changes and minor tweaks which it hopes will help maintain its position at the tandem pole of its class.

2017 BMW 750i side view, exterior, alloy wheels

Some of the 2017 BMW 7 Series specs include copious amounts of interior space courtesy of the standard stretched version that comes with 126.4” between wheels. Another notable aspect is the 7 Series standard adaptive air suspension system that manages the prevailing road conditions in real time. With this feature, termed the Magic Body Control system, the vehicle is able to offer a comfortable ride quality.

2017 BMW 750i rear view, taillights and tailpipe

Under the hood, changes are minimal and BMW says the BMW 750i xDrive 2017 will be offered with a V8 capable of cranking out an exceptional 445 horsepower. The German marque says the suspension system is set for a significant improvement but the details are under wraps for now.

2017 BMW 750i spy shots

The 2017 BMW 750i xDrive interior comes laden with some of the latest technologies. The Driver Assistance Plus II, for instance, bundles “traffic jam assistant,” lane-departure intervention system, and adaptive cruise control. Other novelties include an onboard “Vitality Programme,” the Touch Command Tablet, and the Gesture Control system.

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2017 BMW 750i auto show, front view, headlights, grille and alloy wheels

Even with so many cool features, there are other rivals nipping its heels in its class. One of its arch rival is undoubtedly the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Others include the 2017 Audi A8, and the Jaguar XJ.

2017 BMW 750i xDrive Interior & Exterior Changes

2017 BMW 750i interior, steering wheel, dashboard, lcd screen

Standard features available include adaptive LED headlights, eighteen-inch wheels, keyless entry and ignition, power-closing doors, automatic high beams, front and rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, driver memory settings, wood trim, driver and front passenger memory settings, automatic windshield wipers, power-folding heated side mirrors, 10-way power-adjustable heated front seats, a hands-free power trunk lid, and LED foglights.

2017 BMW 750iexterior, rear view, taillights and alloy wheels

The BMW 750i xDrive interior offers Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, a 12.3” digital gauge cluster, a 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, dual USB ports, a CD player, wireless phone charging system, a rearview camera, upgraded leather upholstery, a heads-up display, a power rear-window sunshade, and the iDrive infotainment system.

2017 BMW 750i interior, leather back seats

Options available include the lane-departure warning system, traffic jam assistant, adaptive cruise control, driver-selectable camera views, automatic braking, speed limit info, frontal collision mitigation, automated parking, multi-contour front seats, nineteen-inch wheels, power-adjustable ventilated rear seats, synthetic suede headliner, massaging front seats, extended leather trim, a sport exhaust, dual rear entertainment screens, a dual-pane sunroof, removable Touch Command Tablet, and the blind-spot monitoring system.

2017 BMW 750i front angle, headlights and grille

The M Sport package is also available and offers a heated armrest, nineteen-inch wheels, an aero body kit, a sportier themes, and wood-trimmed seatbelt covers.

Of course, these and many more features and packages will be unmasked during its release date.

2017 BMW 750i interior, leather seats, sunroof

BMW 7 Series colors include Moonstone Metallic, Ruby Black Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Singapore Gray Metallic, Artic Gray Metallic, Almandine Brown Metallic, Azurite Black Metallic, Jatoba Brown Metallic, Carbon Black Metallic, Alpine White, Jet Black, Magellan Gray Metallic, Glacier Silver Metallic, Cashmere Silver Metallic, and Singapore Gray Metallic.

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2017 BMW 750i xDrive Engine Specs

2017 BMW 750i engine

Motivation for the BMW 750i xDrive 2017 is offered by a turbocharged 4.4L V8 engine rated at 445 horsepower and 480 pounds-feet of torque. EPA estimates the fuel economy for the V8 to stand at 16/25/19 mpg in the city/highway/combined.

Full specs will, of course, be offered as the year progresses, so keep checking back for additional info.

2017 BMW 750i xDrive Sedan Price & USA Release Date

2017 BMW 750i release date

Rumors allege the new vehicle will most probably be offered for sale sometime before the fall of next year.

The 2017 BMW 750i xDrive MSRP starts from around $94,400. Leasing will also be available.

Gallery – photos

2017 BMW 750i exterior, front view, headlights and grille

2017 BMW 750i rear view, taillights, badges and tailpipe

2017 BMW 750i exterior, side view, headlights and alloy wheels

2017 BMW 750i auto show, front view, headlights and grille

2017 BMW 750i rear angle, taillights and tailpipe

2017 BMW 750i exterior, side view, alloy wheels and taillights

2017 BMW 750i interior, steeringwheel, gear shiftknob

2017 BMW 750i interior, leather front seats