2016 BMW 7 Series pricing confirmed

New BMW 7 Series priced from $217,500.

2016 BMW 7 Series pricing confirmed
2016 BMW 7 Series pricing confirmed - the new BMW 7 Series comes with Gesture Control, allowing drivers to send infotainment controls via hand gestures.

BMW say their new 2016 BMW 7 Series is significantly better than previous generations, is packed with a whole heap of new technologies and delivers even better value for money.

BMW Australia today confirmed the all-new sixth-generation BMW 7 Series would be offered in five model grades – 730d, 740i, 740Li, 750i and 750Li. Prices range from $217,500 to the flagships price tag of from $312,700.

2016 BMW 7 Series Engine Range:

  • 195kW/620Nm 3.0 litre six-cylinder turbo-diesel (730d)
  • 240kW/450Nm 3.0 litre six-cylinder turbo-petrol (740i/740Li)
  • 330kW/650Nm 4.4 litre V8 petrol (750i/750Li)

To drive additional sales of the new BMW 7 Series, BMW Australia has added up to $20,000 worth of extra standard features including Harman/Kardon surround sound system, extended Nappa leather upholstery and glass sunroof.

While all 7 Series buyers are now also be able to add the M Sport package as a no-cost option, this pack brings features such as the M Aerodynamics package, leather steering wheel and 20” alloy wheels. Previously the M Sport package was a $10,000 option!

Finally, one of the interesting new technologies being introduced in the new model is called “BMW Gesture Control”. The system identifies hand movements via a 3D sensor control, enabling users to control infotainment functions in an intuitive fashion.

BMW Australia boss, Marc Werner, said the new 7 Series was simply the best yet.

“The all-new 7 Series not only introduces over 25 new technical innovations to world markets, but also offers elegant styling and luxurious appointments,”

“But, most importantly, the all-new BMW 7 Series brings driving dynamics back to the luxury segment and delivers the engaging experience people expect and admire from BMW.”

In other BMW news; BMW celebrates all-wheel drive anniversary and 2016 BMW M2 unveiled.

Joel Helmes




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