2017 BMW 7 Series – INTERIOR

Interior

Generally speaking, customers in the market for a big luxury sedan like this probably care more about the interior than anything else, and the 2016 BMW 7 Series won’t disappoint. The lack of a standard-wheelbase model means that all 2016 7 Series cars deliver maximum rear-passenger space, and things get even better for rear occupants with the new Rear Executive Lounge Seating Package that gives the right-side passenger the added comfort of a pop-out footrest and a seatback that reclines up to 42.5 degrees.

All 2016 BMW 7 Series sedans come standard with a panoramic roof while a more intense Panoramic Sky Lounge LED Roof is optional.

BMW made sure to nail down the comfort of the new 7 Series, but this car is still packed with plenty of tech, the coolest of which is the iDrive 5.0 with touch display and Gesture Control, which uses 3D sensors to detect pre-selected hand gestures to perform tasks such as adjusting the audio volume, accepting and rejecting incoming phone calls, navigating to a home address and shutting off the screen.

Other tech goodies include the Touch Command Tablet — a removable 7-inch tablet that allows rear occupants to control everything from HVAC temps to infotainment, and the Bowers & Wilkins Diamond surround sound system with 1,400 watts and 16 speakers.

As usual, BMW will put endless customization options at the disposal of its buyers, including a range of unique configurations via the Individual division.

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS

740i 750i xDrive
Legroom front 41.4 Inches 41.4 Inches
Legroom 2nd row 44.4 Inches 44.4 Inches
Shoulder room front 59.2 Inches 59.2 Inches
Shoulder room rear 57.7 Inches 57.7 Inches
Headroom front with Moonroof 39.9 Inches 39.9 Inches
Maximum headroom 2st row with Moonroof 38.9 Inches 38.9 Inches
Trunk volume (SAE) 18.2 ft³ 18.2 ft³

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