BMW 7-Series dimensions

Latest model: BMW 7-Series saloon (2008)
Length: 203.9 (in) = 5179 (mm)
Width: 74.9 (in) = 1902 (mm)
Height: 58.4 (in) = 1484 (mm)


Compare BMW 7-Series dimensions to: Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Audi A8, Lexus LS 460


BMW 7-Series details:

Available in traditional or long wheelbase guise, the BMW 7 Series provides a suite which exudes luxury and performance. The wheelbase is 10cm longer than the outgoing model and the cab has been moved rearwards. This model boasts the largest-ever BMW kidney grilles and a new air intake runs nearly the entire width of the front bumper. The front lights option new detailing while the back lights have been updated. The 7 Series successfully conceals bulk with elegance. We drove the M Sport Saloon model with 19-inch M Sport V-spoke style alloy wheels and an M Aerodynamics body kit.

Parking spaces need to be chosen with care thanks to the size of the 7 series, but the camera systems work well while the reduced turning circle provided by Integral Active Steering feature, which enables all four wheels to be steered, helps. Inside, there is a lot of of room for people, but there are also intuitive cargo solutions. Luggage requirements are met by a 500-litre boot.

BMW 7 Series can now be specified in SE or M Sport trim. Traditional equipment on the SE contains 18 inch alloy wheels, Dynamic Stability Control, Idrive controller, satnav and 10. 2 inch colour screen display, four-zone control aircon,  wood dashboard trim and six airbags. The M Sport trim adds 19-inch M Sport V-spoke alloy wheels, body look-and-feel and high-gloss look as well as sport seatings, helm and door with sill inlays and brushed aluminium dashboard. There is an extensive features list as well as bundled packages to select from.

BMW 7-Series coloring