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Affluent driving enthusiasts will be delighted by the 7-series, both for its lap-of-luxury cabin and its surprising agility when the road gets twisty. The 320-hp 3.0-liter turbo inline-six is more than adequate, but the 445-hp 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 can really hustle. Rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic are standard; all-wheel drive is optional with the V-8. The interior allows for maximum relaxation and is chock-full of clever technology. Look for a plug-in hybrid sometime in 2016.
Never mind what you think you see here. This is not a car as we know it. Yes, you can drive it—or it can drive for you during your 15-second catnap. It will perfume the air you breathe and draw the shades if the sun is too bright. It can recline your seat, clear the space ahead, and deploy an ottoman. Approach the car and it’ll roll out what BMW calls a “Light Carpet,” an LED-projected runway welcoming you. It’ll remind you of speed limits, but wouldn’t dare suggest you obey them. And when you reach your destination, it will park for you, or just act as spotter if you prefer to do it yourself. It’ll even stomp on the brakes if you don’t see an obstacle and get too close. The new BMW 7-series isn’t just a car. It’s a concierge, a four-wheeled passe-partout.
Here, in the concierge class, luxury means something more than just highly adjustable and supremely comfortable ventilated leather seats, which, of course, this 750i xDrive has in both the front and rear. Or a high-end stereo system, which in this case is a Bowers & Wilkins with 1400 watts and 16 speakers that include Kevlar midranges and “diamond tweeters with Nautilus technology,” a description that probably took longer to write than it takes to manufacture lesser speakers. BMW chief designer Karim Habib says modern luxury means “offering the customer what they want before they know they want it.” Car rent in Phuket http://thai-sale.com/car-rent/ #cars #auto #moto