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Driving Impressions and safety standards of 2011 BMW 7 Series

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Is there anyone who can help by providing complete and comprehensive details about Driving Impressions and safety standards of 2011 BMW 7 Series? Thank you in advance.

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     "We haven't had an opening to propel the new 740i, but we question it'll be liking for power granted how robust the 750 forms are. That twin-turbo V8 boasts a inundate of torque with little or no perceptible turbo lag. There is a minor hold up from the time you request force on the gas pedal to when the large-scale sedan starts to proceed, but you can rectify this by choosing a higher Driving Dynamics Control mode. The V12-powered 760Li, meantime, accelerates with entire administration for those who someway believe a twin-turbo V8 is a tad weak.
    Compared to other luxury sedans like the Lexus LS 460, the 2011 BMW 7 Series is more athletic but furthermore has a stiffer travel value -- even in Comfort mode. That's not to state the travel is rough, though. Instead, these stiffer travel outcomes in a more engaging propel know-how, producing the 7 Series a luxury sedan that can furthermore be joy to drive.
    Standard security characteristics encompass antilock brakes (with brake aid, brake fade reimbursement, brake drying and a brake standby feature), steadiness and traction command, front-seat edge airbags, front knee airbags, edge backdrop airbags and hardworking front head restraints. In Edmunds brake checking, the 750i came to a halt from 60 mph in a very good 112 feet. The 750Li was about the same.
    Optional security characteristics encompass adaptive cruise command, back and sideview cameras and infrared evening dream with pedestrian detection that exhibitions the pictures either in the major dash brandish or in the head-up brandish (if so equipped).
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    2011 BMW 7 Series

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