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BMW 7 ActiveHybrid (2013)

CAR GARAGE | BMW 7 ActiveHybrid (2013) | The BMW 7-Series meets the highest global standards when it comes to aesthetic appeal and innovative technology. The upgraded BMW 7-Series reaffirms its stylish presence and sporting prowess in 2012 through new expressive design features at the front and rear. Hallmark BMW proportions, Such as a long wheelbase, short front overhang, long, sweeping bonnet and set-back passenger compartment with a coupe-like roofline, define the sporting and elegant silhouette of the BMW 7-Series. The powerful rear of the BMW 7-Series exudes a feeling of sporting assurance. The horizontal lines and subdivision of the rear into Several levels visually lowers the height of the car. The design of the brand's familiar L-shaped rear lights, linked by an eye-catching chrome strip, Remains unchanged.

The BMW 7-Series is built around an extremely rigid passenger cell That Strikes a perfect balance Between weight reduction on the one hand and solid construction on the other, enabling it to satisfy the most stringent safety standards. Large supporting structures with a high load-bearing capacity and the intelligent use of high and ultra-high-tensile steels multi-phase coupled with a large number of aluminum components maximise the strength of the safety passenger cell, while keeping weight low. The combination of aluminum and steel roof body is unique in this segment. The body's bonnet, front side panels, front spring struts and doors are all made of aluminum likewise on the BMW 7-Series. Individual protection at every seat. The BMW 7-Series is equipped as standard with front and side airbags for the driver and front passenger, plus head airbags for both rows of seats.

To guard against whiplash injuries Following a collision from the rear, the front seats are fitted with crash-activated head restraints as standard That are controlled by the safety electronics. Thanks to the active head restraints, there is therefore less risk of sustaining cervical spine injuries or hyperextension. The functions of the main assistance systems have already been described in detail in the chapter on BMW ConnectedDrive, but the most noteworthy features include accident prevention: the new full-LED headlights with anti-DAZZLE High-Beam Assistant That Their are making their debut in the BMW 7-Series, Adaptive Headlights Including cornering lights and variable light distribution, the Active Protection System featuring an assistant with attentiveness eCall function and automatic vehicle location, plus, to limit the risk of rear-end collisions, adaptive brake lights.

The Auto Start-Stop function, Brake Energy Regeneration and the second-generation Control Driving Experience with ECO PRO mode switches offer additional potential for fuel-saving. Carefully optimized suspension and Electric Power Steering for all rear-wheel-drive models also take driving comfort to a new level, while self-leveling air suspension for the rear axle likewise comes as standard on all models. Alongside the flagship BMW 760i with 12-cylinder powerplant and the entry-level engine in the BMW 730i (not available in all markets), customers can choose from the new six-cylinder in-line unit powering the BMW 740i and the revised V8 petrol engine in the BMW 750i. The six-cylinder diesel engines in the BMW 730d and BMW 740d also offer drivers the combination of Increased output and lower fuel consumption. Rounding off the range is the second-generation BMW ActiveHybrid 7 with new six-cylinder in-line engine and significantly reduced emissions.

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