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2021 BMW 7 Series Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: July 5, 2020
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Smart performance with exquisite styling is the new definition for Bimmers and the 2021 BMW 7-Series upholds it well. String engine options ranging from Straight-six, Turbocharged V12, and a plug-in hybrid, to a genteel interior cabin with an abundance of space and latest tech amenities. Safety features have also got a boost in the new 7-series with advanced Driver Assistance package and active safety features.

2021 bmw 7 series front third quarter view
 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Three Quarter View

BMW has always impressed us with a unique drive experience and athletic handling abilities. The 7-series has got it all and in abundance. The premium sedan can be claimed as a perfect blend of performance and luxury which makes its character charismatic and unique.

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Pros

Opulence and luxury; inside out

Stately and elegant looks, surely a crowd pleaser

Surreal driving dynamics

Wide range of engines, from an inline 6 to a mammoth V12!

Cons

Still (gulp) not as loaded and refined as the S-Class or the Maybach

Stiff ride quality

Some cheap bits like the interior switches, that are straight from the lower Bimmers

What's New?

Gets a major style upgrade with refreshed front and rear headlights and taillights.

The looks of the latest version are exotic and modern.

Interiors of the car are updated with a lot of passive safety and technology features


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$86890

passenger capacity

5

top speed

130 mph

drivetrain

RWD

engine type

displacement

183

horsepower

335 hp @ 5500 rpm

torque

331 ft-lbs. @ 1500 rpm

transmission

8 Speed automatic

chassis

suspension front

Independent front double wishbone suspension w/anti-

suspension rear

Independent rear multi-link suspension w/anti-roll b

brake rotors (f/r)

14.7/14.5

dimensions

wheelbase

126.4 in.

length

207.4 in.

width

74.9 in.

height

58.2 in.

curb weight

4244 lbs.

ground clearance

5.3 in.

capacity

cargo volume

18.2 cu ft.

payload capacity

915 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

5.3 sec.

standing ¼-mile

13.2 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

20/23/28 mpg

highway range

576.8 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

4 yr./50000

powertrain warranty

4 yr./50000

corrosion warranty

12 yr. / unlimited

roadside assistance

4


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Exterior
Interior

Styles

2021 BMW 7 Series in Alpine White color
Alpine White

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Ratings

Features

8.8

Engine And Performance

8.2

Fuel Economy

8.0

Interior

8.8

Exterior

7.2

Safety

8.8

Competition

7.5

Final Verdict

8.2

8.2

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 BMW 7 Series 740i

740i

power
335 hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Premium unleaded
mpg
25 combined

$86,450 - $89,450


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
740i 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $86,450 MSRP (22/25/29) 335 hp @ 5500 rpm, 3 L, I6, premium unleaded
8-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual rear wheel drive 5
740i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $89,450 MSRP (20/23/28) 335 hp @ 5500 rpm, 3 L, I6, premium unleaded
8-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual all wheel drive 5

2021 BMW 7 Series 750i

750i

power
523 hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Premium unleaded
mpg
19 combined

$95,550


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
750i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $95,550 MSRP (17/19/24) 523 hp @ 5500 rpm, 4.4 L, V8, premium unleaded
8-speed automatic w/OD and auto-manual all wheel drive 5

Expert Review

8.2

Overall Rating


The all-new 2021 BMW 7 Series luxury sedan gets subtle styling updates. BMW has also tweaked all of the 7-Series engine options for heightened performance and efficiency. The hybrid version of the 2021 model gets a straight-six engine configuration. Interiors of the car are updated with a lot of passive safety features and infotainment setup.

 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Grille

The 2021 model is a part of the sixth-generation 7 Series introduced in 2016. Overall, a handsome upgrade with the redesigned front grille, smart lighting, updated interiors and safety features. This gives it a chance to take on a fresh fight with the likes of Lexus LS 500, Genesis G90 and Cadillac CT6.


8.8/10
Features

 

8.2/10
Engine and Performance

 

8.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

8.8/10
Interior

 

7.2/10
Exterior

 

8.8/10
Safety

 

7.5/10
Competition

 

8.2/10
Final Verdict

 

2021 BMW 7 Series Features

8.8/10

BMW has always ensured a variety of options for its customers to choose from. The 2021 BMW 7-Series is offered in five exciting trims. It includes 740i, 750i xDrive, 745e xDrive iPerformance, and M760i xDrive. BMW 740i is the only trim that is offered in RWD configuration and all of the rest gets AWD or xDrive as BMW likes to call.

 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Three Quarter View

The most recent addition is its hybrid trim that improves efficiency without compromising on luxury and comfort, and the M760i is the hoonigan of this bunch. BMW has also added upon the standard list of features available across the trims of 7-Series for 2021. This has amplified its lux-appeal and thus makes 2021 more desirable than ever. Some of its key features are listed below.

Trim

740i

750i

MSRP (FWD)

$86,800

-

MSRP (AWD/xDrive)

$89,800

$103,000

Key Features

3.0L Turbocharged Inline-6 engine

All the features in 740i added/replaced and:
 

Eight-speed shiftable automatic transmission

4.4L Twin-Turbocharged V8 Engine

 

Adaptive air suspension

Steering mounted paddle shifters

 

Power trunk lid and close doors

Head up Display

 

Seats with leather upholstery and heating feature

Standard safety features including pedestrian detection, blind-spot warning and many more

 

10.25-inch touchscreen display with Wi-Fi

Wireless smartphone charging pad

  16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system

Luxury seating arrangement with multiple power adjustments

  Wireless smartphone charging pad  

Apart from these above-mentioned features, BWM has heavily focused on creature comfort features which are a handful to be included here. We have discussed it in the sections below. Just when we have thought that BMW has reached the pinnacle of exploitable luxury with the 7-Series sedan, it shocks us all over and raises the bar higher.

Which trim of the 2021 BMW 7-Series should you opt for?

If you are looking for the AWD experience with plentiful features, the 740i xDrive trim will sit perfectly for you. And if you want that added grunt from its V8 then we suggest you skip the 750i and jump to the ultimate thriller along with all the luxuries, the M760i xDrive.

2021 BMW 7 Series Engine and Performance

8.2/10

The most exciting part of BMW cars is its enthralling performance and massive engine options. Talking of the 2021 7-Series, the model is available in four engine options. Starting with the inline-6 which is a standard to the 740i, the 4.4 Liter V8 which comes along with the 750i xDrive, and the ultimate power machine V12 engine which is packed in the M760i xDrive.

 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan has AWD Drivetrain

Apart from this, performance is improved by a highly accurate shiftable eight-speed automatic transmission system with access to paddle shifters mounted on the steering. The 2021 BMW 7-Series at its least powerful setup produced 335 hp and 330 lb-ft from its 3.0L Turbocharged Inline-6 engine that is coupled to a crisp 8-Speed automatic transmission. 

Model

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

MSRP

$89,800

$75,450

$74,700

$74,495

Engine

3.0L Turbocharged Inline-6

3.5L Turbocharged V6

3.3L Turbocharged V6

3.6L NA V6

Drivetrain

AWD

RWD

AWD

AWD

Transmission

8-Speed Automatic

10-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

10-Speed Automatic

Power

335 hp @ 5500 RPM

416 hp @ 6000 RPM

365 hp @ 6000 RPM

335 hp @ 6800 RPM

Torque

330 lb-ft @ 1500 RPM

442 lb-ft @ 1600 RPM

376 lb-ft @ 1300 RPM

284 lb-ft @ 5300 RPM

This might also be the last year for the V8 and V12 engines in the 7-Series as the next-Gen 2022 7-Series is speculated to ditch those for hybridized Inline-6 engines. The above table shows that outright performance is just the tip of this iceberg and in that lay-off, Lexus LS 500 takes the podium here with more power and more gears. BMW 7-Series, Genesis G90 and Cadillac CT6 share performance figures of the same caliber and thus boils down to their driving potential.

How quick is the 2021 BMW 7-Series from 0-60 MPH?

Bimmers are known for their swift performance and commendable driving dynamics. The new 7-Series gets incredible accelerating abilities despite having a moderately powered engine, thanks to the slick-shifting drive train and smart all-wheel-drive system. It can do 0-60 MPH run in 4.8 seconds for 740i Drive and gets more interesting as we go up the trim table!

 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Front View

Also, the car has got incredible cornering performance, courtesy of the combined potential of smart suspension tweaks and xDrive system, which makes it ideal for sportive drifts. The mental V12 equipped M trim makes sure that you get to enjoy your track days in pompous luxury and we aren't even boasting! 

Model

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

0-60 MPH (seconds)

4.8

4.6

5.3

3.8

Quarter-Mile (seconds)

13.2

13.7

13.9

12.2

Top-Speed (MPH)

130

136

155

145

Who said that luxury cannot be adrenaline pumping?! Well, this bunch above proves that luxury and performance can very well co-exist and Cadillac CT6 says it the loudest. It is the quickest one in this bunch with an impressive 0-60 MPH time of 3.8 seconds. Lexus has a close shave with the Bimmer and Genesis G90 stresses a bit less on the performance front, but doesn't fall back much.

How impressive is the handling and comfort of the 2021 BMW 7-Series?

The new 7-series has got hold of an exceptional ride and handling abilities. With the addition of the xDrive system and adaptive air suspension, the ride quality of this luxury Bimmer has improved well. With an athletic steering and clever suspension setup, BMW makes sure that you and your chauffeur enjoys his driving to the fullest.

 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Three Quarter View

The air suspension coupled with an adaptive suspension system makes occupants very comfortable and makes sure to keep you cozy in any driving conditions. The plethora of electronic assistance systems and a rigid carbon-core chassis helps the new 7-Series stay on top of its game in terms of driving dynamics and sheer comfort. 

How composed is the braking of the 2021 7-Series from 60-0 MPH?

Braking has got an equal if not more important than the performance and acceleration abilities of the new 7-Series. It is equipped with disc brakes all-round with composite front rotors that can stop this luxury sedan from 60-0 MPH in under 112 ft., which is quite impressive keeping in mind the curbs of this Bimmer.

 2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan has Front Brake of 14.7 in.

It also gets Dynamic Brake Control which instantaneously alters the braking force required at a particular moment and provides with an ever so comfortable stopping experience. BMW has given a fair bit of focus on the braking in the new 7-Series with Cornering Brake Control and brake-pad wear indicators to always keep the driver informed of the vitals.

Model

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

Brake Rotors: Front (in.)

14.7

14

14.2

13.6

Brake Rotors: Rear (in.)

14.5

13.1

13.4

12.4

Curb Weight (lbs)

4381

4740

4806

5070

60-0 (feet)

112

NA

NA

NA

Electronic Stability control also plays an integral role in overall braking performance as it drives brake force on actionable areas. The 7-Series comes equipped with the biggest discs of this bunch and that also helps improve its braking performance. Another boon of the Bimmer is its curb weight, which by luxury sedan standards is impressively low. Cadillac CT6 is the heaviest car of this bunch and surpasses the 2.5-ton mark!

2021 BMW 7 Series Fuel Economy

8.0/10

Luxury sedans are seldom put forth with focus on its efficiency as the sole purpose of these cars is to provide its occupants with the highest possible driving standards. But BMW has taken the conservative route and has managed to provide the new 7-Series with sustainable MPG figures. The 2021 BMW 7-Series impressive us with 20 MPG in the city and 28 MPG on the highway.

Couple its wholesome MPG figures with the sizable 20.6-gallon fuel tank, you can be cocooned in its luxury for longer durations without a gas stop. These figures are of the base 3.0L turbocharged Inline-6 motor and it will tend to be even better in the newly introduced BMW 745e xDrive that combines an electric motor rated at 111 hp to provide with heightened MPG figures without breaking it on the performance front.

Model

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

MPG (City)

20

19

17

18

MPG (Highway)

28

30

25

27

MPG (Combined)

23

23

20

21

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

20.6

21.7

21.9

19.5

Range (City/Highway/Combined) (mi.)

412.0/576.8/473.8

412.3/651.0/499.1

372.30/547.5/438.0

351.0/526.5/409.5

Emissions (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15k mi/yr)

7.7

7.7

9.0

8.4

Lexus LS 500 is the only other sedan in this bunch that offers qualitative efficiency figures as the 7-Series. But it has an edge over the Bimmer because of its slightly larger fuel tank which helps it go the farthest. Stricter emission norms will surely out a tight knot on the likes of Genesis G90 and Cadillac CT6. BMW and Lexus have already sorted it out, all the while, without compromising on the performance.

2021 BMW 7 Series Interior

8.8/10

The 2021 BMW 7-Series impresses us with its well put together interior which gives equal emphasis on comfort, luxury and technology. Packed with loads of premium bits, the seats are wrapped in plush leather which also gets plentiful options across the trims. Connected comfort features make the cabin of the new 7-Series a smart place to be in, as it allows you to control almost all functions in there without moving a muscle.

2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Cockpit Area

The seats are heated as well as cooled and have varying degrees of massage functions. Ambient lighting and numerous sunshades across the cabin helps you set the mood just right, both in the day and at night. The driver gets hold of various driver assistance features as well. The dashboard is well laid out with loads of soft-touch materials and aluminum trimming. The center console has wooden trimming on it, that adds up to its lux-appeal.

Model

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

First Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in.)

39.9/59.2/41.4

37.3/58.8/41

41.1/59.1/46.3

40.2/58.3/46.4

Second Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in.)

38.9/57.7/44.4

37.3/56.4/38.9

38/57.9/37.8

38/56.2/40.4

In luxury sedans, it is the second-row seating that matters the most and BMW has smartly laid down a more spacious second row as compared to its competitors. Genesis G90 and Cadillac CT6 might have more spacious front row seating but loses out much in its second rows. Lexus LS 500 sacrifices a fair bit of its cabin space for its sharp and appealing exterior styling. Various interesting cabin features of the 2021 BMW 7-Series are as follows:

  • Heated front seats, steering wheel and armrest
  • Navigation system with voice activation
  • Retained accessory power
  • Day-night rearview mirror
  • Autonomous cruise control with lane change
  • Automatic 4 zone climate control
  • Heated sport steering wheel with power tilting, power telescoping, auto tilt-away
  • Steering wheel memory

What are the infotainment features in the 2021 BMW 7-Series?

The latest infotainment range and connectivity options make the new BMW 7-Series quite engaging. The dashboard is well organized, glazing with a 10.25-inch touchscreen interface, steering mounted controls for easy accessibility, and a premium 15-speaker audio setup by Harman Kardon.

2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Instrumental Cluster

The highlighting feature here is the new iDrive 7 system which is by far the most intuitive system interface we have come across. It seamlessly connects the infotainment screen and the 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster to create a plausible ecosystem that functions as an integral part of the core system by voice, touchscreen inputs and the iDrvie touchpad controller that works just like a laptop touchpad. Various infotainment features on offer are:

  • 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display
  • 12.3-inch instrument cluster with multimedia support
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite with seek-scan, single in-dash CD player
  • Harman Kardon audio system with 16 speakers and 464W amplifier
  • WiFi Hotspot with 3 GB/3-month trial
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Logic 7 digital signal processor
  • WiFi hotspot
  • Gesture control
  • ConnectedDrive service

What is the cargo capacity in the 2021 BMW 7-Series?

BMW didn't have to compromise in terms of cargo capacity despite lavishly laying out the seating. This is because of its longer wheelbase that also helps in a more planted driving experience. It gets a fairly large trunk with 18.2 cu. ft. of usable volume. 

2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Cargo Area

The floor is laden with soft-touch material which helps keep the cargo safe from sudden jerks that will only happen if you load things in a bit harshly. We highly doubt that the adaptive air-suspension setup will leave any margin for jerky rides. The spare tire and emergency toolkit get neatly tucked away under the cargo flooring but BMW could have positioned it better, rather than putting it far inside. 

Model

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

Trunk Capacity (cu.ft.)

18.2

16.9

15.7

15.8

Smart cabin layout and a longer wheelbase have helped the new BMW 7-Series have the largest cargo compartment of this bunch. The closest competitor is Lexus LS 500 but it loses out both on cargo volume as well as seating. Both Genesis G90 and Cadillac CT6 tend to share a lot of common ground with marginally different cargo volumes.

2021 BMW 7 Series Exterior

7.2/10

BMWs are known for their iconic kidney grilles. It's heartening to see that BMW didn't take any drastic measures with the 2021 7-Series like the new 4-Series. But it gets a daily upsized kidney-grille layout that goes well with the size of this luxury sedan. The newly updated design tweaks the front and rear fascia gives it a bit more of aggression as compared to the 2020 7-Series. But the M760i xDrive model gets added sportiness and massive M-wheels which makes it look very intriguing for a large luxury sedan.

2021 BMW 7 Series Sedan Three Quarter View 

You can differentiate between the 740i and 750i models, from its different wheel designs and of course the badging at the rear! The wheels are 18-inchers and come wrapped in all-season tires. The 2021 7-Series is treated generously with chrome accents in the exterior and a lot of it on the kidney grilles. The front bumper gets an edgy update and its LED projector headlamps complement the new aggressive outlook.

Models

2021 BMW 7-Series(Expected)

2020 Lexus LS 500

2020 Genesis G90

2020 Cadillac CT6

Curb Weight (lbs.)

4381

4740

4806

5070

Length (in.)

207.4

206.1

204.9

205.8

Width(in.)

74.9

74.8

75.4

74

Height(in.)

58.2

57.5

58.9

58

Ground Clearance(in.)

NA

NA

5.1

NA

Wheelbase(in.)

126.4

123

124.4

122.4

The dynamic stability of this Bimmer has improved due to the low slung design language and wider wheelbase. Infact the new 7-Series is the longest of this bunch both in wheelbase and length. This helps in the cabin layout which BMW has utilized well. The 7-Series is also the lightest offering in this bunch and that is a rare sight among fully-fledged luxury sedans. Various notable exterior features of the 2021 7-Series are:

  • 18-inch V-spoke alloy wheels
  • LED headlights with cornering fuction
  • Active kidney grilles
  • LED DRLs and LED taillamps
  • Power folding heated side mirrors
  • Split UV protected sunroof

2021 BMW 7 Series Safety

8.8/10

Packed with a wide range of passive safety systems and Driver Assistance features, the 7-Series stands out in its segment in terms of safety and reliability. Superb built quality, robust material selection, and addition of advanced safety features give the car an edge in terms of safety of the occupants.  Safety has always been a strong point for the 7-Series

Moreover, in the case of an unforeseen situation, the bunch of post-crash safety suite makes sure that the occupants are swiftly catered to safety. As the 2021 BMW 7-Series has been structurally carried over from the 2020 model, it will carry forth all of the safety benefits, already available and much more. Some of the impressive safety features in the 2021 BMW 7-Series are:

  • 8 airbags
  • ABS and driveline traction control
  • 3 point rear center seatbelt
  • Frontal Collision Warning w/City Collision Mitigation
  • Perimeter/approach lights
  • Side-impact bars
  • Adaptive brake lights
  • Active Driving Assistant( Frontal Collision Warning, Active Blind Spot Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Speed Limit Info)

2021 BMW 7 Series Competition

7.5/10

BMW 7-Series vs Lexus LS 500

The interior of the Lexus LS 500 is crafted with genteel materials and sophisticated tech features. On the other hand, the BMW 7-Series has a more balanced layout of luxury, comfort and performance. If we take all of these into consideration, then the Bimmer triumphs over the Lexus for its more balanced offering, despite being on the pricier side.

Lexus LS 500

BMW 7-Series vs Genesis G90

With similar performance numbers and interior features, both cars face strong competition. It comes down to the styling cues and thanks to the still sanely designed kidney grilles, the BMW 7-Series looks much more compelling than the Genesis G90. The front grille on the Genesis requires a bold bunch of audiences which is hard to come by. The Bimmer makes more sense and is better suited to the "luxury" field of the two.

Genesis G90

BMW 7-Series vs Cadillac CT6

At long last, Cadillac joins the luxury face-off and makes a bold move with the radically designed CT6. Unlike the 7-Series, the CT6 doesn't instill a sense of luxury at first glance. It is more of a performance machine, in terms of looks. Ample of space and a comfortable cabin help it face the Bimmer head-on. But the CADDY falls back widely due to the subpar quality of materials used in the cabin. The 7-Series make more sense of its lux-appeal and is our choice of the two.

Cadillac CT6

2021 BMW 7 Series Final Verdict

8.2/10

If you are looking to experience an all-in-one package of performance and ultra-luxury, the 2021 BMW 7-Series will be an apt choice. Available in five different trims with varying engine options and abundance of standard features, the 7-Series can be claimed as one of the best luxury sedans available in the market.  Also, you get additional safety assurance with a range of passive safety systems and Driver Assistance features.

2021 BMW 7-Series Sedan Rear View

Lexus LS 500 might have more performance, the Genesis G90 might be bold and the Cadillac CT5 might be value for money but the 2021 BMW 7-Series incorporates all of this and provides you with the best of all these worlds. This makes it a well-rounded luxury offering, despite being priced on the higher side.

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2021 BMW 7-Series FAQs

Does BWM 7-Series have autonomous driving?

BMW 7-Series comes with a semi-autonomous system that is included in the optimal Driving Assistant professional package. It can completely take over the driving in limited-access highways and up to speeds of 37 MPH.

Does the BMW 7-Series come with Remote start?

Yes, BMW 7-Series come equipped with Remote Start function that can be used in three ways- via the BMW ConnectedDrive App, the keyfob, or the available BWM Display Key.

Is the BMW 7-Series reliable?

BWM 7-Series is an easy-to-live-with luxury sedan. J.D. Power has not rated the 2021 7-Series yet, but the 2019 7-Series on which it is based was rated and scored an impressive 81 out of 100. Along with this, there were only 3 total recalls in 2020 and 2019 respectively which is a testimony to its reliable nature. It also comes with a standard warranty of 4 years/50,000 miles.

Is the BMW 7-Series hybrid?

BMW 7-Series is available in a hybrid model, the 745e xDrive. It uses an additional 111 hp rated electric motor coupled to Li-Ion batteries along with the 3.0L Turbocharged Inline-4 engine to produce a total of 389 hp. It also returns better MPG figures as compared to its gasoline counterpart.

Does BMW 7-Series have air suspension?

Yes, BMW 7-Series is equipped with an innovative two-axle self-leveling air suspension system that works in conjunction with adaptive dampers and twin-tube gas shock absorbers at the rear. It is integrated with the powertrain which helps in the instantaneous adaptation as per the driving condition.