Encompassing all trim lines, engine options, a hybrid option, and BMW’s three optional packages, you can customize your BMW 7 Series in up to 20 configurations. Starting prices range from $87,795 to $160,495, but those prices can increase depending on whether you add extra packages.
You could argue that no automaker balances ultimate driving power and sumptuous comfort like BMW. If that is the case (and even if it isn’t), the 2022 BMW 7 Series is a testament to the Bavarian automaker’s prowess at creating exceptionally muscular, smooth-driving dream machines. If you see a BMW 7 Series in your future, you’ll have a lot to choose from amongst its trim lines, engine choices, and optional packages.
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2022 BMW 7 Series configurations
When deciding which 2022 BMW 7 Series you want, you’ll have to pick your
trim level, which is broken down in the following manner:
- 740i: rear-wheel drive sedan with plenty of power for most drivers
- 740i xDrive: same engine as 740i but with all-wheel drive (xDrive)
- 745e xDrive: all-wheel drive, the hybrid option offers satisfying power (especially for a hybrid) along with all-electric driving ability
- 750i xDrive: all-wheel drive, with more creature comforts and tech features to whet the appetites of BMW savants and non-savants alike
- M760i xDrive: all-wheel drive, the 7 Series’ sportiest option
On top of those five trim levels, you can add one of three (or two, or all three) optional packages:
- Autobahn Package ($4,100): Upgraded performance package which includes rear-wheel steering for improved handling and tighter turn radius; an upgraded adaptive suspension that automatically adjusts to road conditions
- Driving Assistance Professional Package ($1,700): Improved driving assist technology, including adaptive cruise control with enhanced highway driving assist; improved lane-keep assist system
Any of these packages can be added to any trim, which is why there are so many configurations to choose from. Now, we’ll break down the trims to which you can add these packages.
Starting price: $87,745
Sure, it's the “base” trim, but the 740i still packs a wallop with plenty of creature comforts. After all, you are paying nearly $90,000 for this “base” trim, so you’ll still get plenty for your money, including a spritely turbocharged 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine that pumps out 335 horsepower and 331 pound-feet of torque. This is the only rear-wheel drive option in the 7 Series lineup. It gets 25 miles per gallon in combined city/highway driving, and comes standard with a slick-shifting 8-speed automatic transmission, along with:
- Adaptive air suspension
- LED headlights
- 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system
- Digital instrument cluster
- 10.25-inch touchscreen
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability
- Heated front seats, steering wheel, and armrests
- 16-way adjustable power seats
- Keyless entry and ignition
- Four-zone automatic climate control system
- Power panoramic glass sunroof
BMW 740i xDrive
Starting price: $90,795
For an extra $3,000 and change, you’ll upgrade to the 740i xDrive, which mirrors the 740i but adds all-wheel drive to your ride. Do note that you’ll notice a slight dip in fuel efficiency with the xDrive, as it gets 23 miles per gallon of combined city and highway driving, compared to 25 miles per gallon for the 740i.
BMW 745e xDrive
Starting price: $96,895
Blast into the future with the 745e xDrive, the 7 Series’ plug-in hybrid option. The 745e xDrive combines a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine with an electric motor and battery that packs 389 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. This all-wheel drive plug-in hybrid gets 22 miles per gallon combined in city and highway driving, 56 MPGe, and 16 miles of all-electric range. You’ll get the same features on the 745e xDrive as you do on the 740i xDrive, but with a unique interior tailored to the 745e.
BMW 750i xDrive
Starting price: $103,995
If you want one of the most decked out, luxurious, and powerful sedans on the road, you must give the
750i xDrivea thorough look. Powered by a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine with 523 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, this sleek sedan will get you where you’re going in a hurry. All-wheel drive is standard, as are all the features on the 740i xDrive, along with a head-up display and premium leather upholstery. The 750i xDrive gets 19 miles per gallon combined city and highway driving.
BMW M760i xDrive
Starting price: $160,495
If you’re wondering what’s causing all that feverish chatter amongst the Bavarians at your local BMW dealership, it's the M760i xDrive, the sportiest and most ferocious 7-Series sedan you can get your hands on.
All-wheel drive is standard, along with an easy-shifting 8-speed automatic transmission that’s mated to an absolute monster of an engine—a turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine boasting 601 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. Here’s what you’ll get with this luxurious speedster:
- 20-inch wheels with performance tires
- Faux suede headliner
- Laminated glass for a super-quiet cabin
- Massaging, heated, and ventilated front seats
- Power-adjustable and heated rear seats
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