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BMW Previews New 7 Series In-Car Tech

Posted on April 20, 2015

BMW freely admits it benchmarked the Audi A8 and Mercedes-Benz S-Class when developing its new 2016 BMW 7 Series. The present generation of BMW’s full-size luxury sedan went on sale in late 2008, well before the current A8 and S-Class debuted, so it was long overdue for serious redo. Not surprisingly, BMW says the latest 7 Series will have what it takes to tackle its German rivals head on, thanks in large part to it being lighter, more comfortable, and easier to use than the outgoing model.

Read a full review at www.automobilemag.com.

Watch a new video from BMW about the upcoming technology at www.motorauthority.com.

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