We told you all you needed to know about the 2013 BMW 7-Series a few months back, except for pricing, which hadn’t been finalized when details of the car were released. With inventory headed to dealerships in the coming weeks, BMW has just published pricing for the entire 7-Series model range.
The entry-level 740i, powered by BMW’s 315-horsepower, twin-scroll turbo in-line six engine, begins at $74,195, including a destination charge of $895. Opt for the long-wheelbase 740Li, and the price jumps to $78,195; if you want all-wheel-drive on top of that, the 740Li xDrive begins at $81,195.
Next in the catalog is BMW’s ActiveHybrid 7 L, which combines the same N55 engine found in the 740i range with a lithium-ion-battery-powered electric motor, for a combined output of 349 horsepower and an estimated 14-percent boost in fuel economy. Available only in a long-wheelbase version, the ActiveHybrid 7 L is priced from $84,895.
BMW’s midrange 7-Series model, the 445-horsepower, 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 powered 750i, begins at $87,195. The AWD 750i xDrive starts from $90,195, while the long wheelbase AWD variant is priced at $93,895. Splitting the difference between these two models is the rear-drive, long wheelbase 750Li, which begins at $90,895.
Atop the standard 7-Series range is the 6.0-liter, twin-turbo V-12 powered 760Li, which comes in rear-drive extended wheelbase form only. For 2013, the 535-horsepower 760Li is priced from $140,200.
Beyond the standard 7-Series range lies the higher-performance Alpina B7 models, which BMW has also released pricing for. The rear-drive, standard wheelbase Alpina B7 begins at $128,495; adding xDrive AWD to this model increases the starting price to $131,495.
If you need more rear legroom, the Alpina B7 LWB (Long Wheel Base) is priced from $132,395, while the range-topping Alpina B7 LWB with xDrive begins at $135,395.