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Latest model: BMW 750Li 2011
The 2011 BMW 7-series Sedan line contains the widest range ever in its 23 year history, comprising a total of 15 models. Along with the 750i Xdrive, the BMW 750li Xdrive, and the 760li presented for MY2010, the 7-series line now contains the first 6-cylinder 7-series provided in the US since 1992. Finally, the BMW Alpina B7 returns on the new BMW 7-series platform as four models: Traditional and long wheelbase versions as well as in back wheel drive and Xdrive versions. The B7 will again set the benchmark in terms of performance, refinement, technology, luxury and exclusivity.
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As an impressive example of its Efficientdynamics engineering philosophy, BMW announced the North American debut of the 7-series with a twin-turbocharged 3. 0-liter inline-6 motor. Featuring BMW's proven inline-6 motor (N54 HP) that produces V-8 performance with six-cylinder fuel economy, the new BMW 740i and BMW 740li achieve a remarkable balance of performance, efficiency, and sporty driving dynamics.
The 2011 750i and BMW 750li are the first 7-series models ever to be provided with BMW's highly lauded Xdrive All-wheel-drive system. BMW's Xdrive all-wheel drive system has been improved for these models to ensure that the 750i Xdrive and BMW 750li Xdrive set a new benchmark for handling characteristics among all-wheel drive sedans. BMW's Integrated Chassis Management is able to identify and limit understeer by shifting torque rearward (up to 80% to the back axle) while preserving the stability for which Xdrive has been so widely recognized.
As a second step, the Integrated Chassis Management system can then apply a precise mix of throttle and individual rear-corner braking in order to maintain perfectly neutral handling in a corner - regardless of road surface conditions.