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  • BMW 7 Series Ld long-term review. The basis for the MLi’s extreme performance is a heavily reworked version of BMW’s twin-turbocharged litre V12 direct injection petrol engine – the N74 as it is known internally. Alternatively, BMW offers the MLi xDrive with a so.

    BMW's M series is synonymous with power and performance and the 7-series sits at the luxury end of the German car-makers brand.

    Based on the sixth-generation 7 Series, this velocity limo walks and Continue reading to learn more about the BMW MLi xDrive.

    Its primary achievement is in successfully combining two intrinsically different and apparently opposing characters, namely those of a graceful upper luxury limousine and inherently sporting saloon, into one highly cohesive and broadly talented offering. Yet, the leather-lined luxury saloon will storm to 62mph in just 3. Then we hit the M20 this side of the channel, and began to wonder if it is the same car: Straightened, big of bore and active valve-equipped to increase the resonance, the MLi sounds suitably racy in Sport mode. Executive Drive Pro suspension sounds teeth-itchingly naff for such a sophisticated system that proactively reduces body roll of the hunkered down saloon, making it feel remarkably nimble for something so gargantuan.

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    New-generation luxury saloon is a technological tour de force, but competing luxury saloons like the Mercedes S-Class and Tesla Model S have set a high bar. So, the MLi borrows the 6. We found by adding This car has everything thrown at it, so you get four-wheel steering, active anti-roll bars, an active exhaust, air springs tuned by M Division and an xDrive four-wheel drive system set up to push more power rewards than regular xDrive 7 Series models. Oh, and huge M Sport brake discs front and rear, gripped by distinctive blue callipers.

    I absolutely adore V12s; even starting them is a cause for celebration. Once rotating under its own steam, the MLi's N74 engine settles into a silent and utterly smooth idle that would pass the time-honoured pence-piece balancing trick with ease.

    Switching to Sport mode enhances its timbre. And, with a little added intensity as well, just the right amount of howl percolates into the cabin without it ever sounding unbecoming. Of course, the performance is epic. Not just the outright accelerative force that tries to wrench your face off, but also the wonderfully progressive nature by which this colossus delivers its surge.

    Switch off the traction control and suddenly you can start hanging the tail out on this two-tonne-plus car with ease. The rear-wheel steering plays its part as well, making the MLi far nimbler than its enormous bulk would suggest it should be. But what about the MLi's other role, as a luxobarge? Well, in Comfort or Comfort Plus mode, it does that pretty well, too.

    Then we hit the M20 this side of the channel, and began to wonder if it is the same car: The iDrive infotainment system is as intuitive as ever, the clarity of its Then there are the massage seats, which support you admirably, while giving you an invigorating, full-body pummeling. Yet the point of iDrive's gesture control is still confounding, other than for trialling technology that if developed heavily might prove useful down the line.

    And the ionising air freshener? Perhaps I need to blow my nose more. No one needs a BMW MLi in their life , but then we could erase many a car working on that principle. We even matched the official claimed average fuel economy of Vastly more composed and better-controlled on a challenging road than a BMW 7 Series Ld long-term review.

    Does this 7 Series have that all-important sense of occasion its predecessors Mercedes-Benz X-Class long-term review. Should I buy one? Join the debate Comments. As is the case with the new E Class Coupe, which I've mentioned on that review, this 7 Series sums up the problem with German interiors and why they just can't do luxury properly or design an interior that looks inviting or exquisite. As with the Merc, we have a two tone dashboard using hideous colours, separated by a bit of gloss black trim.

    The top part of the centre console is silver looking more like spray painted plastic while the bottom part between the two front seats is again glossy black mixed with more plastic looking silver trim, all looking completely at odds with the rest of the colour schemes.

    And as with the Merc, the screen, as it the case with all current BMWs, just looks like an afterthought and again is not what you'd call integrated.

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