2011 BMW 750 Review by David Thomas

As the 2010 7 Series ebbs into the 2011 with few changes, I spent some time driving the 750Li xDrive. That's BMW's long-wheelbase, all-wheel-drive version of its flagship sedan.

While I was impressed with the standard-length 750i with rear-wheel drive, the 750Li's added length and weight sapped any excitement from the driving experience.

Luckily, backseat passengers are cocooned in a level of automotive opulence you don't routinely find under the six-figure mark.

As a person who routinely chauffeurs and rarely rides in the backseat, I couldn’t recommend any car that so heavily favors the rider instead of the driver.

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Rear seat heating
Rear seat heating Switching on Press the button once for each temperature level. The maximum temperature is reached when three LEDs are lit. If the drive is continued within approx. 15 mi ...

Transmission positions
D Drive, automatic position Position for normal vehicle operation. All forward gears are available. Under normal operating conditions, fuel consumption is lowest when you are driving in position ...

Brightness
Setting the brightness To set the brightness of the Control Display: 1. "Settings" 2. "Control display" 3. "Brightness" 4. Turn the controller until the desired br ...