2009 BMW 730 Ld review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 5 March 2009 , 02:03:54 byDan

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BMW 730 Ld

Bavarian specialists from BMW have developed the 7-Series, described through supreme engineering on the drive train, on the chassis, in terms of safety systems, driver assistance and comfort. Two petrol engines with Twin Turbo technology and High Precision Injection are available for the 7-Series. The V8 engine can produce 407 horsepower in the BMW 750i and the 326 horsepower straight six in the new BMW 740i. There is also a straight-six diesel with common-rail fuel injection capable of generating 245 horsepower in the BMW 730d. No matter which one you choose, all offer the highest standard of efficiency in their respective class and comply in full with the EU5 emission standard. The BMW 730Ld will be presented for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show. The model is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.3 seconds and it has an average fuel consumption of 7.3 liters / 100 km. The CO2 emission level reaches 194 g/km. all versions of the new BMW 7-Series comes as standard with Dynamic Damper Control including Dynamic Driving Control operated by the touch of a button on the center console. The 7-Series also introduces the new generation of the iDrive control system which offers ideal conditions for unrestricted use of the internet in the car offered by BMW as the first manufacturer in the world in the context of BMW ConnectedDrive. The new BMW 7-Series offers yet another exclusive function: the Speed Limit Info which enables the driver to constantly monitor the speed limit on all routes he is currently taking. To protect the occupants from cervical spine injury in the event of a collision from behind the front seats come as standard with crash-activated headrests. ISOFIX child seat fastenings are featured as standard on the rear seats. The Germans did a really good job.