BMW 7-Series (2013)

CARBARN | BMW 7 Series (2013) | In the luxury sedan segment, which represents the epitome of elegance and sporty driving experience supreme. The BMW-7 Series update reaffirms its stylish presence and sportsmanship in 2012 with major new features of the design front and rear. From the front, the length and width of the bonnet of the BMW 7 Series offers a sleek profile and expressive. The design of the air curtain, then, represents a technological and advertising strategy BMW EfficientDynamics. Hallmark BMW proportions, as a long wheelbase, short front overhang, long bonnet, cabin set-back and sweeping with a coupe-like roof, define the sporty, elegant silhouette of the BMW 7 Series. The back of the BMW 7 Series conveys a powerful sense of security sport. The design of the mark family rear lights L-shaped, connected by a chrome strip attractive, remains unchanged. All the engines available for the new team of eight with a Series 7 speed automatic intelligent and refined, with fuel consumption and emissions significantly reduced. The Auto Start-Stop, Brake Energy Regeneration and the second generation of control switch driving experience with the ability to offer so ECO PRO additional fuel economy. Carefully optimized suspension and steering for all rear-drive models also the driving comfort to a new level, while the self-leveling air suspension for the rear axle also features standard on all models.

Together with the flagship BMW 760i engine with 12 cylinder engine and entry-level BMW 730th (not available in all markets), customers can choose between the new inline six-cylinder power unit of the BMW 740i and gasoline revision the V8 engine in the BMW 750i. The six-cylinder diesel engines in the BMW 730d and BMW 740d also offer drivers a combination of increased productivity and lower fuel consumption. Completing the range is the second generation of BMW ActiveHybrid 7 with new engine with six cylinders in line and greatly reduced emissions. While BMW continues to move forward with the development of intelligent hybrid drive, the second generation of BMW ActiveHybrid 7 is set to debut in 2012. The updated model is distinguished with lower fuel consumption and emissions, as well as innovative auxiliary functions. This last development stage uses an engine with six cylinders in line, showing impressive features high speed, torque and efficiency. The top petrol engine with BMW Twin Power Turbo is 235 kW/320 hp variant of the unit installed in the new BMW 740i and replace the eight-cylinder engine used so far. Other hybrids include the 40 kW/55 hp synchronous electric motor, the hybrid-spec eight-speed automatic transmission, a lithium-ion high-performance and power electronics that support intelligent power management. 

This means that the most powerful technology uses fuel hybrid about 14 percent less than a 740th BMW with a conventional transmission system. A series of innovative functions are involved in improving machine dynamics and obtain an excellent overall system efficiency. The new BMW ActiveHybrid 7 can also be performed only with the power. Dynamic performance of safety, comfort and active are again among the qualities stand out from the BMW 7 Series sedan in 2012. To complement the enhanced chassis set-up - with ball bearings and rubber bumpers changed again - and self-leveling air springs for the rear axle, power steering is standard on models with rear wheel drive. State-of-the-art electronic control systems with software returns also help improve long-distance attributes of the BMW 7 Series sedan and ensure that the new edition of the car is traveling aboard more pleasant in terms of dynamics and comfort. All BMW 7 Series sedan is equipped with an Auto Start-Stop, which can reduce fuel consumption by up to six percent. 

 Finally, the control switch Driving Experience gives drivers the option of selecting the ECO PRO optimized so that, by modifying the powertrain management and program heating and air conditioning, heated seats and heated outside mirrors to optimize operational efficiency promotes an economic driving style and reduces fuel consumption up to 20 percent.

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