A Look at the 2017 BMW 7 Series

The BMW 7 Series makes amazing technological leaps with each new model and the 2017 model is no exception. On the outside the 2017 BMW 7 Series doesn’t look so different from previous models; however, the inside is drastically different.

Satin Finish & Luxury Suspension

Light weight suspension components and doors made of aluminum are just a couple of the changes. There are also satin finish tones for the climate and audio controls. The steering, transmission, throttle, and dampers are all now adjustable in the Standard Driving Dynamics Control system.

This system includes Comfort, Comfort+, and Sport. The interior is now more personalized than ever with the help of a fragrance option and the new ambient lighting. All doors now come with the soft close feature. The front seats as well as those in the rear are now heated.

2017 BMW 7 Series

The 2017 BMW 7 Series has not yet been crash tested under either of the United States crash test programs; however, the BMW 7 Series has quite a reputation for safety. Buyers may now choose from a wide variety of new safety features.

The standard version of the vehicle comes equipped with several different airbags including front seat active restraints, knee airbags, front side airbags, and rear seat side airbags. Adaptive headlamps also come standard now.

A lane departure warning system, which causes the steering wheel to vibrate when the car drifts from the designated lane, and blind spot detection come standard with the Driver Assistance package.


The Driver Assistance Plus package comes with Traffic Jam Assistant, Active Lane Keep Assist, adaptive cruise control, and Side Collision Avoidance. Attention Assist also comes standard and monitors the driver’s behavior. A cup of coffee is displayed when an unsafe level of fatigue is detected. Another new feature is the display key which has a range of 1,000 feet. The 2017 BMW 7 Series is a showcase for the latest technology.

A Look at the 2017 BMW 7 Series