The BMW 7-Series is an all-new fifth generation vehicle that radiates a natural presence, inborn sportiness and a stylishness that is the result of precision in concept and execution. A fresh V-8 engine with direct injection and twin turbochargers demonstrates BMW EfficientDynamics at the highest possible level of performance.
Powering the all-new fifth generation of the BMW 7-Series is a 4.4-liter, twin-turbo V-8 engine that is capable of generating up to 400 hp of output and up to 450 lb-ft of torque. Supporting the capabilities of the new 7-series are a number of latest, special BMW driver-assistance systems and comfort-related attributes add more to a truly extraordinary driving and riding experience.
In the interior, the fifth generation of the BMW 7-Series provides an ambiance that is luxurious, of transcendent quality and, most importantly, welcoming. The driver-oriented control center highlights Black Panel technology.
In addition, the fifth-generation of the BMW 7-Series offers more functionality than ever before, as they now more comfortably and practically accessible to the driver from the proximity of the multi-function steering wheel.
Interestingly, the latest BMW 7-Series is the first passenger car with multi-link double-wishbone front suspension. The current Integral V rear suspension integrates expansive utilization of aluminum. On the long wheelbase BMW 750Li, self-leveling air suspension is typical.
Also new and a world first, is the Integral Active Steering, which adds speed-sensitive rear-wheel steering. With the standard Driving Dynamics Control, the driver of the latest BMW 7-Series can opt between four adaptations for shock-absorber firmness, transmission shift characteristics, engine-throttle reaction and power-steering assistance.
An assortment of ground-breaking driver-assist choices unique in the luxury segment as also found in the latest evolution of the BMW 7-Series. These include of Active Cruise Control with new stop-and-go capability, Lane Departure Warning, Active Blind Spot Detection and Head-up Display, as well as High Beam Assistant, BMW Night Vision with new Pedestrian Detection, Side View and Back-up Cameras. All of these will make the current 7 once more the standard for performance, luxury, efficiency and safety when it arrives in the United States early next year.
The Los Angeles Auto Show is held annually at the Los Angeles Convention Center usually in late November early December. It is typically open to the public for 10 days and occupies up to 760,000 square feet (71,000 square meters) of exhibit space. The LA Auto Show Sanctioned by the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles and endorsed by the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association.
The inaugural LA Auto Show was held in 1907, with around 99 vehicles displayed at Morley’s Skating Rink.