Continental, BMW, Maserati Boast Best Of Year

Posted on June 26, 2017

Lincoln’s full-size flagship sedan doesn’t try to be sporty. Instead, it provides comfort and elegance, what Lincoln executives tout as “quiet luxury.” Its design is both classic and modern, with a tasteful mesh front grille, jewel-like LED headlights, and a high beltline with integrated, electronically operated door handles.

The 7 Series has been conspicuously absent from the M lineup—the models developed by BMW’s performance division. And it remains absent, because the M760i xDrive is not an M7. Indeed, there may never be an M7, because for BMW the 7 Series represents the pinnacle of luxury, and an M variant of the flagship sedan might detract from that image. So instead we have the M760i.

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