The BMW M760 is the same great 7 Series we love, now with a lot more heft under the accelerator pedal thanks to a 601-horsepower V-12.
While the M760 isn’t as well-rounded as other super sedans, it hasn’t sacrificed any comfort or luxuriousness with its infusion of M Performance DNA.
BMW went a little mental with the 2017 7 Series. The new BMW M760i xDrive is a BMW7 Series with serious guts under the hood, growing four additional cylinders and 156 more horsepower over the BMW 750 (see our review of the 2016). Powering the M760 is a 601-hp, twin-turbocharged V-12 that in our acceleration testing propelled the M760 to sports-car-like speeds.
For all its horsepower, however, don't call the M760 an M7. Think of the M760 in the same way you would a BMW M235i, which is M performance-oriented but not as track-focused as the BMW M2. The BMW M760i isn't an M7, and I think that makes it better suited to be a BMW 7 Series. A limited number of Alpina B7 sedans will be available, based on... Read More