The 2013 BMW 750Li , Audi's luxury sedan, was first released to the US customers at the 2012 Pebble Beach. While the exterior and interior were left unchanged, there were some performance improvements made to the vehicle. Thus, the 750Li received additional 45 hp and 30 lb-ft of torque, and now a 4.4-L V8 engine produces 445 hp and 480 lb-ft of torque owing to the newly added Valvetronic system. It allows the luxury vehicle to sprint 60 mph in around 4.7 seconds.
BMW has also enhanced the vehicle's efficiency by adding a new 8-speed automatic transmission. As a result, the 750s fuel efficiency was improved to approximately 25%. When it comes to the 2013 740i, the vehicle's engine will generate the same hp as the 2012 version, but its fuel efficiency will also get an enhancement (20% jump), thanks to the new eight-speed transmission.
Available on both the 750i and 740i models, an innovative ECO PRO powertrain management system is going to be offered as standard. It includes a coast mode, allowing the BMW 7 Series to freewheel at speeds between 30 mph and 100 mph.