BMW has released full details of the M sport package for its 7-Series, plus details of the 740d and 730d.
A newly developed twin-turbo straight six diesel engine will be appearing in the 740d, while BMW’s xDrive all-wheel drive system will also be available in the range for the first time.
At the bottom end of the range, BMW claims that the 730d is “the world’s most economical and lowest emission model in the luxury class (achieved) by a further reduction in both fuel consumption and CO2 emissions”.
A new M Sport package will also be available across the entire range.
BMW’s new twin-turbo straight six diesel engine is made entirely from aluminium and features high-pressure common-rail direct injection to maximise efficiency and reduce emissions.
It is the first time BMW TwinPower Turbo Technology has appeared in one of its production cars.