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Specs for all generations of BMW 7 Series

Choose a generation of BMW 7 Series from the list below to view their respective versions. Тo check out further technical specifications (like engine power, dimensions, weight, fuel consumption, etc.), please select one of the versions.
2019 BMW 7 Series (G11 LCI, facelift 2019) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (G11 LCI, facelift 2019) 2019 - Sedan
Power: from 265 to 530 Hp | Dimensions: 5120 x 1902 x 1467 mm
2019 BMW 7 Series Long (G12 LCI, facelift 2019) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (G12 LCI, facelift 2019) 2019 - Sedan
Power: from 265 to 585 Hp | Dimensions: 5260 x 1902 x 1479 mm
2015 BMW 7 Series (G11) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (G11) 2015 - 2019 Sedan
Power: from 258 to 450 Hp | Dimensions: 5098 x 1902 x 1478 mm
2015 BMW 7 Series Long (G12) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (G12) 2015 - 2019 Sedan
Power: from 258 to 610 Hp | Dimensions: 5238 x 1902 x 1485 mm
2012 BMW 7 Series (F01 LCI, facelift 2012) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (F01 LCI, facelift 2012) 2012 - 2015 Sedan
Power: from 258 to 544 Hp | Dimensions: 5079 x 1902 x 1471 mm
2012 BMW 7 Series Long (F02 LCI, facelift 2012) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (F02 LCI, facelift 2012) 2012 - 2015 Sedan
Power: from 258 to 544 Hp | Dimensions: 5219 x 1902 x 1481 mm
2012 BMW 7 Series ActiveHybrid (F01h LCI, facelift 2012) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series ActiveHybrid (F01h LCI, facelift 2012) 2012 - 2015 Sedan
Power: from 320 to 354 Hp | Dimensions: 5219 x 1902 x 1481 mm
2008 BMW 7 Series (F01) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (F01) 2008 - 2011 Sedan
Power: from 245 to 544 Hp | Dimensions: 5072 x 1902 x 1479 mm
2008 BMW 7 Series Long (F02) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (F02) 2008 - 2011 Sedan
Power: from 245 to 544 Hp | Dimensions: 5212 x 1902 x 1479 mm
2005 BMW 7 Series (E65, facelift 2005) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E65, facelift 2005) 2005 - 2008 Sedan
Power: from 231 to 445 Hp | Dimensions: 5039 x 1902 x 1491 mm
2005 BMW 7 Series Long (E66, facelift 2005) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (E66, facelift 2005) 2005 - 2008 Sedan
Power: from 231 to 445 Hp | Dimensions: 5179 x 1902 x 1484 mm
2001 BMW 7 Series (E65) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E65) 2001 - 2005 Sedan
Power: from 218 to 445 Hp | Dimensions: 5029 x 1902 x 1492 mm
2001 BMW 7 Series Long (E66) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (E66) 2001 - 2005 Sedan
Power: from 231 to 445 Hp | Dimensions: 5169 x 1902 x 1492 mm
1998 BMW 7 Series (E38, facelift 1998) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E38, facelift 1998) 1998 - 2001 Sedan
Power: from 143 to 326 Hp | Dimensions: 4984 x 1862 x 1435 mm
1998 BMW 7 Series Long (E38, facelift 1998) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (E38, facelift 1998) 1998 - 2001 Sedan
Power: from 193 to 326 Hp | Dimensions: 5124 x 1862 x 1425 mm
1994 BMW 7 Series (E38) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E38) 1994 - 1998 Sedan
Power: from 143 to 326 Hp | Dimensions: 4984 x 1862 x 1435 mm
1994 BMW 7 Series Long (E38) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series Long (E38) 1994 - 1998 Sedan
Power: from 193 to 326 Hp | Dimensions: 5124 x 1862 x 1425 mm
1992 BMW 7 Series (E32, facelift 1992) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E32, facelift 1992) 1992 - 1994 Sedan
Power: from 188 to 300 Hp | Dimensions: 4910 x 1845 x 1411 mm
1986 BMW 7 Series (E32) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E32) 1986 - 1992 Sedan
Power: from 188 to 300 Hp | Dimensions: 4910 x 1845 x 1411 mm
1983 BMW 7 Series (E23, facelift 1983) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E23, facelift 1983) 1983 - 1986 Sedan
Power: from 150 to 252 Hp | Dimensions: 4860 x 1800 x 1430 mm
1977 BMW 7 Series (E23) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions BMW 7 Series (E23) 1977 - 1983 Sedan
Power: from 170 to 252 Hp | Dimensions: 4860 x 1800 x 1430 mm

Which BMW 7 Series vehicle is the fastest?

The 2017 BMW 7 Series Long (G12) M760Li (610 Hp) xDrive Steptronic is the variant with best acceleration time, going from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 sec.

How many cylinders does a BMW 7 Series 760i engine have?

The 760i engine is a 6.0-liter 12-cylinder powertain, delivering some considerable power of either 445 Hp and 600 Nm of torque, or 544 Hp and 750 Nm of torque.

Are BMW 7 Series cars all-wheel-drive?

BMW 7 Series variants, equipped with the brand’s xDrive system, were first included in 2008 in the fifth generation range. The following 2015 sixth generation BMW 7 Series consists almost entirely of all-wheel-drive vehicles, with the exception of a few rear-wheel-drive options.

Why is the 2019 BMW 7 Series facelift front grille so large?

The 40% larger front kidney grille of the 2019 BMW 7 Series facelift caused some controversy among customers and was not taken too well. According to the designer, however, there were 2 main reasons for the grille to be of this size. One is that, since this was the largest 7 Series sedan so far, the grill needed to be in proportion to where the vehicle stands in the range. The other reason has to do with the lower bumper. Thanks to the grille being styled this way, the lower bumper was able to have a more clean design, which therefore helps aerodynamics.

Is a BMW 7 Series a large car?

BMW 7 series is a range of full-size luxury sedans, so yes, they can be considered large vehicles, with Long Wheelbase variants reaching up to 5260 mm (207.09 in.) in length.

Is a BMW 7 Series expensive to maintain?

In short, yes. BMW 7 Series luxury sedans do require more expensive parts and maintenance, and according to owners, often need repairs. Performance, however, which these cars were built for, is exceptional.

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