Improvement of the Race
The 740Li, base model of the BMW 7-Series, is everything that can be expected from the iconic German manufacture—and a few more subtle but amazing new features, writes
Retaining the 7-series XxxxxxxxxxxxxxDNA, this xxxxxxxxxxxxxlatest sedan has a few tricks up its sleeve mw has parted the curtain on the latest version of its flagship model— the 7- Series full-size luxury sedan—and, believe me, it does not disappoint. The Munich carmaker has certainly done itself proud with its sixth generation creation. Just when you thought that there was very little BMW could do to further improve on its 7- Series, it comes out with a new model loaded with enhancements, mostly under the skin.
The new 7 sedan has a restyled skin, albeit slightly. Viewed from any angle, it cannot be mistaken for anything other than a BMW 7- Series sedan. Those familiar with the five previous generations should be aware of how its shape has evolved over the years—in one word, hardly. This is one model that has preserved its design DNA for six generations, with each generation’s look tweaked to keep up with the times, resulting in a fresh and modern look, yet unmistakably a BMW 7-Series.
Like its predecessors, the new sedan remains true to this design philosophy. Its new look is more evolutionary than radical, reassuring long-time 7- Series admirers who did not care much—myself included—for the radical styling of BMW in the Bangel design era.
The interior is marvellous with its slew of new refinements and electronic enhancements, all aimed at making the drive more entertaining, more interactive, and more fun, particularly for its rear-seat passengers. Now let’s move on to the other aspect that makes BMW sedans so special—the driving dynamics. Over the