BMW 7 Series Launches in Singapore

BMW Asia has launched the BMW 7 Series, the seventh generation of the automaker's flagship model, in Singapore.

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The 7 Series ships with a number of distinctive front-end equipment features that help set it apart from its stablemates. These include the multi­ sensory vehicle experience BMW iDrive with BMW Curved Display and the Manoeuvre Assistant for automated parking.


The lineup comes in long wheelbase body variants that are said to maximise the spaciousness of the rear compartment. They also feature a new in-car entertainment system, along with the option to include an upgraded Executive Lounge.


For the exterior, the series retains some of the automaker's signature design elements, while evoking an expressive, imposing and exclusive overall visual. They're equipped with Adaptive LED Headlights, which include matrix high beam and the BMW Selective Beam non-dazzling high beam assistant. The side windows are virtually flush fitted with invisible seals. The long doors provide ease of entry or exit for passengers. The rear, meanwhile, is shaped by a clearly divided surface structure, with the slim LED rear light units extending well into the car's flanks.

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The 7 Series lets you pick between one non-metallic and nine metallic colour shades that can be ordered for the paintwork


As for the inside, the 7 Series offers improved comfort for the seats, characterised by wider seat surfaces, electric adjustment and lumbar support for the driver and the front passenger. The cockpit has less buttons and switches over its predecessor thanks to BMW's commitment to digitise the vehicles' controls. This comes in the way of a fully digital screen grouping that consists of a 12.3-inch information display behind the steering wheel and a control display with a screen diagonal of 14.9 inches.

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BMW also said customers in Singapore can enjoy the power of choice with the launch of one more model from the series: a petrol engine combined with 48V mild hybrid technology. The all-new BMW 735i boasts an in-line six-cylinder engine developing 272 hp, 400Nm of torque and the capability to go from 0–100 km/h in 6.7 seconds.


The BMW 735i Pure Excellence retails from S$564,888, while the BMW 735i M Sport Pro retails from S$594,888.

 
  • BMW Asia has launched the BMW 7 Series, the seventh generation of the automaker's flagship model, in Singapore.

  • The all-new BMW 735i boasts an in-line six-cylinder engine developing 272 hp, 400Nm of torque and the capability to go from 0–100 km/h in 6.7 seconds.

  • The BMW 735i Pure Excellence retails from S$564,888, while the BMW 735i M Sport Pro retails from S$594,888.


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