BMW has prepared an update for the current 2021 BMW 7 Series facelift model. Starting this July, the range topping developed by the Bavarian car manufacturer will be available with two new diesel engine equipped with a 48V mild-hybrid system.

The 730d and 730d xDrive are using the 3.0 liter six cylinder inline engine which can deliver 286 HP (+21 HP) and 650 Nm peak of torque (+30 Nm). As a result, the 730d can run from not to 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds, which is 0.2 seconds quicker than the old version.

The 730d xDrive can sprint from not to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds, also a 0.2 seconds faster than the non-mild-hybrid variant. Thanks to this new system, the 7 Series is also more efficient, BMW saying that the car can score 0.6 liters/100 km less.

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The second variant is the 740d xDrive. It uses the same 3.0 liter six cylinder engine but this time the unit deliver 340 HP (+20 HP) and 700 Nm of torque (+20 Nm). The sprint from not to 100 km/h is also quicker by 0.2 seconds compared to the old variant, while the fuel efficiency is improved by 0.4 liters/100 km.