Up until the end of last year BMW was in the process of developing a brand new performance saloon positioned above the latest 7-Series flagship and destined to enter the premium four-door coupe segment. Then the global economic crisis hit and on the back of weak financial results BMW decided not to risk the launch of such an expensive model. Instead, the automaker chose to focus on its existing 7-Series, in part with the new M Sport package officially revealed last week. Today BMW released new photos revealing the M-designed interior. The M Sport package includes the typical exterior upgrades...
BMW 7-series gets xDrive AWD and new 740d model for 2010
Following its successful introduction into the market last year, the BMW 7-series is further expanding its position in 2010 with the launch of several new models and accessories. In addition to the new M Sport Package, which is available for all models in the 7-series range, both normal and...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
2009 BMW 750i dyno tested, reveals hidden power
Dynamometers are notoriously tricky beasts, and comparing between systems, individual examples and even on the same machine across time can be hard or impossible. But they do serve to give a rough ballpark figure, and one of the latest tests of a 2009 BMW 750i reveals it's in a very interesting...Alex Kaufmann