BMW 7-Series Getting M750i and 728i Versions in 2013

The rumor about an M-developed 7-Series have once again surface, as BimmerToday recently reported the Germans are developing just such a car, which will be ready by March next year, when the Geneva Motor Show kicks off.
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The car will be called the M750i, and as the name suggests, it’s powered by the same a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8, the same as a 750i, a 650i or a 550i. 450 horsepower might not sound like much for such a big car, but M Performance division will ensure it handles well.

The M750i will be priced between the 750i and the 760Li, offering xDrive all-wheel drive as an optional extra.

The other new 7-Series coming next year is the 728i, which will be powered by the same 2.0-liter turbo as a 328i, but coupled to a small electric motor to ensure it rival the new Audi A8 Hybrid.
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