BMW has announced prices on the 2013 7 Series lineup that is due out late this summer.
The base 2013 BMW 740i will start at $74,195, an increase of $2,300 over the previous model year. The long wheelbase version, the 740Li, will be priced at $78,195 (plus an extra $3,000 for all-wheel drive).
For drivers looking for the increased power of a V8, the 2013 BMW 750i is available starting at $87,195 while the long wheelbase version starts at $90,895. Both versions are also available in all-wheel drive for an extra cost.
The hybrid version is the only model in the 2013 7 Series lineup to see a decrease in price for the new year. In fact, the price of the ActiveHybrid 7 has plummeted a staggering $17,000, allowing customers to obtain the fuel-efficient car for just $84,895.
The new ActiveHybrid 7 now features a 3.0-liter V6 engine instead of the previous version’s V8, allowing for improved fuel efficiency when paired with the electric motor setup. Despite the engine downsize, the 2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 7 also receives more power as well as 2.5 miles of EV range. The new ActiveHybrid 7 will arrive later than the rest of the cars in the 7 Series lineup, hitting showrooms this fall.
The BMW Alpina B7 models enter into the six figure category, ranging between $128,495 for the base version and $135,395 for a longer wheelbase and all-wheel drive. At the very upper end of the spectrum, the enormously powerful V12 BMW 760 version sells for $140,000.
All prices listed above include a $895 destination fee.
Overall, the 2013 BMW 7 Series boasts a revised exterior, including new LED headlights. Inside the luxury sedan, consumers will enjoy a redesigned iDrive system and will be able to opt for a new Bang & Olufsen surround sound system.
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