as declared in The absurdity meter would be pinging off its redline.So nope, the 2017 BMW M760i xDrive is not an M7.
They want the fastest, fanciest, and most special 7 Series – and that’s ultimately exactly what the M760i is.
Zero to 60 mph is achieved in 3.6 seconds courtesy the V12 and M-tuned eight-speed automatic, plus the aided traction of standard xDrive all-wheel drive and launch control.
Along with active roll stabilization (adjustable anti-roll bars), it does manage to keep body motions decently in check, especially when the car’s Sport mode is engaged.The trouble is, the car’s various enhancements don’t go far enough.
Such a BMW would have carbon fiber festooning the dash, roof, and racier seats.
As it stated in Also look for M Sport brakes, M Sport exhaust with adjustable flaps, larger air intakes in the front apron, and Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires wrapped around 20-inch M light-alloy wheels.
*Estimates are based on the 2015 BMW 750Li M Sport and the 2015 BMW 760Li M Sport**Estimates are based on the 2015 Mercedes S550 and the 2015 Mercedes S600
As you might already know, the M760i is not a proper M model, but it’s the next best thing.
The automaker says it’s the quickest 7 Series BMW ever.
Striving toward luxury and performance, the V-8 model didn’t seem to get either part of the equation exactly right.
As it stated in PALM SPRINGS, California — At first glance, the 2017 BMW M760i xDrive looks an awful lot like a standard 7 Series.
2017 BMW M760i xDrive Specifications
Because no matter how you configure the BMW M760i, you’re getting, without doubt, the best driver’s V-12 sedan on the market.
Answering a question nearly everyone has asked, the BMW M760i is, at long last, the application of M Division wizardry to Bayerische Motoren Werke’s largest sedan platform.
Another potential rub for the BMW V-12 buyer: the M760i lacks some of the visual flourish you might expect of a car for kings and autocrats.
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