BMW might launch two additional models for its 7-Series, bringing a hooter M750i and an entry-level 728i.
It seems that BMW has big plans for the 7-Series as next year's lineup will allegedly gain two additional members. BimmerToday is reporting that the Munich-based company will launch an M Performance variant of the 7-Series which will probably wear the M750i moniker. Under the hood it is expected to get a V8 4.4-liter TwinTurbo engine with about 450 hp (335 kW). An optional feature will be the xDrive system.
To make it different in comparison to the standard 750i version equipped with the M Sport package, this one will probably get a better chassis and improved driving dynamics. Regarding its price tag, it will be slotted above the 750i but below the high-end 760Li version which represents the flagship model.
The other model will be the 728i that will probably get a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with an electric motor, just like in the Audi A8 Hybrid. The conventional engine will have an output of 245 hp (182 kW) while the electric motor will reduce fuel consumption and boost performance, delimiting this new entry-level model from the current 740i.