The exterior may be divisive, but it’s hard to argue with the BMW’s cabin. The 7 Series takes a look at the big screens of its competitors, with several large screens above the dashboard that – while not small – don’t feel as obvious or unusual as, say, the MBUX Hyperscreen in the Mercedes S-Class. . Called the Live Cockpit Pro, it features a 12.3-inch driver display along with a 14.9-inch infotainment touchscreen. For the 2024 model year, it has been upgraded to iDrive 8.5.

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Just like the exterior, there are plenty of options to change the tone of the 760i’s interior with a dark, bright, or sporty color scheme. Here, the M Sport interior features add gloss-like metal panels on the dashboard, above the color-changing circular bar and metal inserts.

Amarone’s full-grain Merino leather almost veers into oxblood territory—nothing wrong, to be honest—while details on the seat controls, iDrive controller, and other switchgear add glitz. Alternatively, you can go light and light, or choose one of BMW’s exciting leather/cashmere models.

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$4,800 gets you a premium Bowers & Wilkins audio system, while the $5,450 BMW Individual Composition package opens up a few more options. Then there’s the $3,700 Executive Package, with massaging front seats and handy power doors.

An integrated 5G modem with Wi-Fi hotspot support is standard, as is a heated steering wheel and front seats, a LED Panoramic Sky Lounge roof – with integrated lights – and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support.

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