BMW 7 series F01/F02 (2009–)

BMW 7 series F01/F02 (2009–)


Lisbon, Portugal (PT)
F01/F02 (2009–)
Main article: BMW F01
F01/F02
Production 2009–
Class Full size luxury car
Body style(s) 4-door sedan
Layout FR Layout, AWD (750i/Li only)[8]
Engine(s) 6.0L 552 PS (406 kW) twin turbo V12
4.4L 407 PS (299 kW) twin turbo V8
3.0L 326 PS (240 kW) I6
3.0L 245 PS (180 kW) turbodiesel I6
3.0L 306 PS (225 kW) turbodiesel I6
Transmission(s) 6-speed ZF automatic
8-speed ZF automatic
Wheelbase 3,070 mm (120.9 in) (SWB)
3,210 mm (126.4 in) (LWB)
Length 5,072 mm (199.7 in) (SWB)
5,212 mm (205.2 in) (LWB)
Width 1,902 mm (74.9 in)
Height 1,479 mm (58.2 in) (SWB)
1,478 mm (58.2 in) (LWB)
Fuel capacity 82 L (18 imp gal; 22 US gal)

The 5th generation F01/F02 came out January 2009, replacing the 4th generation 7 Series. All models come with a ZF 6-speed automatic transmission. Five variants are showcased at debut, the 750Li, the 740Li, the 750i, the 740i and the 730d.[9]

An all-aluminum 3.0-liter straight-six cylinder diesel engine produces 245 hp (183 kW; 248 PS). The peak torque figure of 540 N·m (400 lb·ft) comes in at 1,750 rpm up through 3,000 rpm. Its 194g/km emission figure is class-leading for conventionally powered luxury cars, as is its 38.7 mpg[clarification needed] fuel consumption figure.[10]

BMW switched from a MacPherson strut front suspension to a double wishbone design for improved handling.

Model Engine Code Engine Type Displacement Power Torque 0–100 km/h (s) Years made
760Li N74B60 V12 48V 5,972 cc (364.4 cu in) 552 PS (406 kW; 544 hp) @ 5250 rpm 750 N·m (550 lb·ft) @ 1500-5000 rpm 4.6 (aut) 2009-
750i/750Li N63 V8 32V 4,395 cc (268.2 cu in) 408 PS (300 kW; 402 hp) @ 5500-6400 rpm 600 N·m (440 lb·ft) @ 1750-4500 rpm 5.2 (aut) 2009–
740i/740Li N54 I6 24V 2,979 cc (181.8 cu in) 326 PS (240 kW; 322 hp) @ 5800 rpm 450 N·m (330 lb·ft) @ 1500-4500 rpm 5.7 (aut) 2009–
730d/730Ld N57 I6 24V 2,993 cc (182.6 cu in) 245 PS (180 kW; 242 hp) @ 4000 rpm 540 N·m (400 lb·ft) @ 1750-3000 rpm 7.2 (aut) 2009–
740d[8] N57 I6 24V 2,993 cc (182.6 cu in) 306 PS (225 kW; 302 hp) 600 N

In April 2009, BMW announced plans for a 760Li, which will be BMW's new flagship model. The 760Li will be equipped with a twin-turbocharged V12 producing 544 horsepower, which will propel the car from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 4.6 seconds.

Improved iDrive

The new F01/F02 is equipped with a more intuitive iDrive system with a full featured web browser. Video this will be safer, and more technologically advanced as well as rich in entertainment.
F01/F02 (2009–)
Main article: BMW F01
F01/F02
Production 2009–
Class Full size luxury car
Body style(s) 4-door sedan
Layout FR Layout, AWD (750i/Li only)[8]
Engine(s) 6.0L 552 PS (406 kW) twin turbo V12
4.4L 407 PS (299 kW) twin turbo V8
3.0L 326 PS (240 kW) I6
3.0L 245 PS (180 kW) turbodiesel I6
3.0L 306 PS (225 kW) turbodiesel I6
Transmission(s) 6-speed ZF automatic
8-speed ZF automatic
Wheelbase 3,070 mm (120.9 in) (SWB)
3,210 mm (126.4 in) (LWB)
Length 5,072 mm (199.7 in) (SWB)
5,212 mm (205.2 in) (LWB)
Width 1,902 mm (74.9 in)
Height 1,479 mm (58.2 in) (SWB)
1,478 mm (58.2 in) (LWB)
Fuel capacity 82 L (18 imp gal; 22 US gal)

The 5th generation F01/F02 came out January 2009, replacing the 4th generation 7 Series. All models come with a ZF 6-speed automatic transmission. Five variants are showcased at debut, the 750Li, the 740Li, the 750i, the 740i and the 730d.[9]

An all-aluminum 3.0-liter straight-six cylinder diesel engine produces 245 hp (183 kW; 248 PS). The peak torque figure of 540 N·m (400 lb·ft) comes in at 1,750 rpm up through 3,000 rpm. Its 194g/km emission figure is class-leading for conventionally powered luxury cars, as is its 38.7 mpg[clarification needed] fuel consumption figure.[10]

BMW switched from a MacPherson strut front suspension to a double wishbone design for improved handling.

Model Engine Code Engine Type Displacement Power Torque 0–100 km/h (s) Years made
760Li N74B60 V12 48V 5,972 cc (364.4 cu in) 552 PS (406 kW; 544 hp) @ 5250 rpm 750 N·m (550 lb·ft) @ 1500-5000 rpm 4.6 (aut) 2009-
750i/750Li N63 V8 32V 4,395 cc (268.2 cu in) 408 PS (300 kW; 402 hp) @ 5500-6400 rpm 600 N·m (440 lb·ft) @ 1750-4500 rpm 5.2 (aut) 2009–
740i/740Li N54 I6 24V 2,979 cc (181.8 cu in) 326 PS (240 kW; 322 hp) @ 5800 rpm 450 N·m (330 lb·ft) @ 1500-4500 rpm 5.7 (aut) 2009–
730d/730Ld N57 I6 24V 2,993 cc (182.6 cu in) 245 PS (180 kW; 242 hp) @ 4000 rpm 540 N·m (400 lb·ft) @ 1750-3000 rpm 7.2 (aut) 2009–
740d[8] N57 I6 24V 2,993 cc (182.6 cu in) 306 PS (225 kW; 302 hp) 600 N

In April 2009, BMW announced plans for a 760Li, which will be BMW's new flagship model. The 760Li will be equipped with a twin-turbocharged V12 producing 544 horsepower, which will propel the car from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 4.6 seconds.

Improved iDrive

The new F01/F02 is equipped with a more intuitive iDrive system with a full featured web browser. Video this will be safer, and more technologically advanced as well as rich in entertainment.
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