2017 BMW 750i looks amazing in Fire Orange but comes with a serious price tag

Article by Christian A., on June 21, 2017

As though many would think the Fire Orange is already synonymous to BMW Motorsport, Century West BMW in Lankershim Boulevard, Studio City California went above and beyond in customizing the new 7 Series.

By having it appointed with $38,000 worth of add-ons, the Los Angeles luxury car dealership has raised the bar of this Fire Orange 2017 BMW 750i in near astronomical levels. The mighty 2017 BMW 750i comes with several packages such as the M-Performance, M-Sport, Executive, Ambient Air package, Drivers Assistance Plus I & II and Autobahn Package.

Thus, it includes M Performance Rocker Decals with 21” Style 650M Wheels, stainless steel pedals and carbon fiber mirrors among the list of available options. But these are just for the aesthetics. For comfortable and enjoyable interior amenities, it has Wi-Fi Hotspot with enhanced USB & Bluetooth, Gesture Control system, Wireless charging for your mobile device as well as Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround sound system with remote control.

Likewise, the package comes with Apple Car Play, Sirius Satellite Radio, Heads–up display and Navigation system with real time traffic monitoring. For convenience, you can make use of its remote control parking and comfort access keyless entry. It also has BMW’s panoramic sky lounge LED roof and rear entertainment system for cozier ambience. Most of all, the flagship 7 Series now has ceramic controls, ventilated massage seats at the front and power sunshades at the rear.

Just the same, this BMW 750i features leather upholstery particularly the seats, the steering wheel and the shift knobs. The Fire Orange exterior paintwork on the other hand are seen throughout its body including the bumpers and door mirrors.

The safety suites meanwhile consist of traffic jam assist, active lane keeping assist with side collision avoidance, active cruise control and stop & go driving assistant+. It has also been added with speed limit information, lane departure warning, frontal collision warning, daytime pedestrian protection and blind spot detection for better safety.

Additional technologies for convenience includes parking assistant with active park distance control, surround view with 3D, active comfort drive with preview and integral active steering.

Altogether, the 2017 BMW 750i with a rather unusual color can belt out a powerful 445hp (450PS) and 480lb-ft (650Nm) of torque. To keep it going, the new 7-Series comes equipped with auto levelling suspension, adaptive suspension, four-wheel independent suspension and anti-roll bars. All these go along with BMW’s 4-wheel disc brakes and ABS brakes.

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