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The New BMWV Seven Series- Active Hybrid

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

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The BMW 7 Series has be given a mid-life style revive to give it a fighting chance against the all new Mercedes S-Class, which is owed to arrive in 2013 models. Visually, there’s not a great deal to distinguish the revised seven Series from the user-friendly model; it gets a new lattice, a new front bumper and full LED headlights. As an alternative, the largest changes are reserved for the mechanical.

Crucially, BMW car has worked on the 7 Series’ chassis, which has long been criticized for reduced ride quality. On peak of this, the car has switched as of a hydraulic power steering set-up to an electric system to boost competence.

The car petrol engine line-up comprises the 740i, with a turbocharged six-cylinder mass motor producing 315bhp, the 750i, which gets a revised twin-turbocharged 443bhp 4.4-litre V8 car engine, and the twin-turbo V12 760i, which at the moment packs 536bhp and 553lb ft of torque. These 2012 car models are mainly designed for China, Russia and the United States, even if they will be available in the UK. There’s as well the Active Hybrid 7, which combines a turbocharged 6-cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor for a total control output of 349bhp.