BMW followed an identical practice with the inside, that includes a newer feel to it without alienating owners of the existing 7er. Beyond the new digital (and customizable) tool design and iDrive 5.0 infotainment system that gets touchscreen technology and gesture control for the very first time, the most notable BMW sedan also gets wireless contact charging, an optional 7-inch removable tablet that can control functions of the automobile, an ‘Ambient Air’ bundle that emits scents in the cabin and different other amenities.
Addititionally there is the globe premiere of BMW’s “HANDY REMOTE CONTROL Parking” that will allow drivers to go in or away of forward-parking places or garages without anyone at the wheel. Based on the Germans, “The drivers initiates the car’s improvement forwards into or backwards out of an area using the furthermore recently developed BMW Screen Key. As the car is undertaking the semi-automated maneuver, the drivers wrist watches out for hurdles.”
All 7ers should come with a typical two-axle air suspension that automatically adjusts body elevation – with a lesser trip in sport mode, Active Damper Control, while for the very first time, it will incorporate four-wheel steering (BMW phone calls it Integral Active Steering or “X Steer”) with four-wheel drive (on models fixed with the xDrive system).