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New 2016 BMW 7 Doubles Down On Tech Features

Posted on September 3, 2015

BMW, as with other luxury automakers, uses its flagship sedan as a rolling showcase of new, often weird features that are fresh out of the R&D lab. In the long term, many of these features end up trickling down to the smaller and cheaper models in the lineup, but they usually start here. Not only is the new 7 — which starts at $81,300 and can climb north of $130,000 — no exception to this rule, but I think BMW has actually doubled down on it: there’s more ridiculous stuff happening in and around this vehicle than anything else I’ve driven.

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