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The latest new bit of news surrounding the 2013 BMW 7 Series
is a price tag: $74,195 gets you inside the large doors of the 740i, and that includes $895 destination (as do all prices that follow). The 740Li xDrive is a new addition slotted at the top of the 740 range and will run $81,195. Next up on the entry-price ladder is the ActiveHybrid 7
with a smaller but more more potent powertrain, 2.5 miles of EV range and better fuel economy
, ringing up $84,895 at the till.
There's a $6,700 spread in prices for the model with the 445-horsepower, 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8, with the 750i starting things off at $87,195 and the 750Li xDrive running $93,895. It's quite a leap from there to the next plateau: the short-wheelbase Alpina B7 clocks in at $128,495, the long-wheelbase B7 requires $132,395. Adding xDrive to either of those models adds $3,000. But it's the in-house 760Li that tops the charts at $140,200.
The 2013 models have been breathed on everywhere, with design, powertrain, technology and efficiency tweaks
providing comprehensive improvement. Have a look below
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BMW announces pricing for updated 2013 7 Series
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