New 750i xDrive Receives Glowing Review from NY Times: BMW's Ultimate Driving Machine or Ultimate Riding Machine?

Inside, outside and under the hood, the new 2016 BMW 750i xDrive is built for a pure luxury driving experience. Auto writer Tom Voelk of The New York Times recently spent some time behind the wheel of BMW's flagship offering.

Starting from the sumptuous and expansive rear seating area, the 750i succeeds in giving the backseat passenger a sense of executive control and total relaxation. A removable Samsung tablet takes over the iDrive and entertainment system as needed, as well as management of a panoramic sunroof. Whisper-quiet footrests glide out from the back of the front seating, well-designed LED lighting rings the cabin perimeter and inlaid wood and sumptuous leather upholstery round out the luxury liner feel.

 

At the helm, you or your driver will enjoy the eight-speed transmission's GPS-based dynamic shifting system. Under the hood, a 4.4-liter eight-cylinder engine with twin-scroll turbos produces 445 horsepower and gets the spacious sedan to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds. Yet despite such power, the riding and driving experience is one of utter tranquility, notes Voelk.

 

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