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The interior of both models have a unique shade of brown color, Alcantara trimmings, special embroidery and suede trunk. Moreover, there is a refrigerator and special glassware for the rear seat passengers. Both models are coming from the BMW Individual program. So, even if you don’t get the chance to own these cars, you can simply create your own bespoke 7 Series to suit your lifestyle.
The BMW 7-Series comes extremely well-equipped, even in base 740i form. Standard equipment for the 740i includes leather seats, real wood accents, 16-speaker audio system, electronic limited-slip differential, LED headlights, 10-way power-adjustable front seats, four-zone climate control, WiFi connectivity, panoramic sunroof, soft-close automatic door operation, gesture control, smart cruise control, two-axle air suspension and navigation.
In addition to a bigger engine, the 750i models add 19-inch wheels, premium leather, 20-way power seats, a head-up display and power rear sun shade. Opting for the M760i xDrive brings 20-inch wheels, standard four-wheel steering, a unique M Aerodynamic Package and a revised Driving Dynamics Control system.
The BMW 7-Series is available with a wide range of optional equipment, but the highlight is the Rear Executive Lounge Seating Package. When that option box is checked, the 7-Series receives a pair of 10-inch video screens for rear seat passengers, as well as a 7-inch Samsung tablet that can control things like seating position, navigation, ambient lighting and air conditioning. It can also be removed from the car and be used as a regular tablet.
Another neat option is a BMW Display Key that incorporates a 2.2-inch touchscreen. The smart key works within a 1,000 foot range of the car and can be used for remote start, to check on fuel range or even to roll up the car’s windows. The key recharges via a wireless charger located in the 7-Series’ center console.
An M Sport Package is also available for 740i and 750i models and includes an aero kit, 19-inch lightweight wheels and a sport exhaust system.
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